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More analysts now think China's currency will breach a key benchmark against the US dollar

There’s increasing speculation China’s currency will weaken below 7 against the US dollar. The Chinese yuan trades in a pegged range against the USD, and it hasn’t climbed above 7 for more than a decade. More »     

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NO SIGN OF A SLOWDOWN: Macquarie says an escalating trade war with the United States is yet to impact China's industrial sector

A trade spat between China and the United States has escalated into an outright trade war in recent months, seeing both sides introduce tit-for-tat tariffs on the others exports totalling hundreds of billion of dollars. More »     

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Canada seeks Australia's help on trade war, but US and China not invited

Canada is pushing to strengthen dispute resolution and modernise the WTO and has invited Australia, among others, to a meeting dubbed the "save the ...

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BHP says no impact from trade tensions - The Australian Financial Review

BHP says no impact from trade tensionsThe Australian Financial ReviewBHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie says the resources giant has not been ...

The Brisbane Times /
Once a Wanderer, Spiranovic goes for Glory with no regrets about China

One of Tony Popovic’s prized recruits at Perth, Spiranovic will tackle some of his old Western Sydney teammates for the first time on Sunday.

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Homeowners in China take to the streets to protest against falling property prices

Chinese new home prices rose by 1.4% in August, and 7% over the past year, according to official data from China's ...

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Inside China's 'vocational training centres'

China's Government releases details of its network of 'vocational training' centres in Xinjang province for the first time, which activists claim are political indoctrination camps for thousands of Muslims. ...

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Cathay Pacific business class upgrade guide

If you’re travelling with Cathay Pacific to Hong Kong and beyond in premium economy, a great use for your Asia Miles is a business class upgrade. What's more, you can also use Asia Miles to upgrade to business class on Cathay's sister airline Cathay Dragon – particularly useful if connecting onwards from Hong Kong to destinations ...

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What are Morrison’s chances of reconciling with China?

Scott Morrison is quietly continuing Malcolm Turnbull's attempts to mend relations with the wannabe regional hegemon, but he has his work cut out for him. The post What are Morrison’s chances of reconciling with China? appeared first on Crikey.

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Japan raises concerns over Pacific's debt to China

Foreign Minister Taro Kono didn't mention China specifically but said the Pacific region was important in a strategic sense to Japan and New Zealand.

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AI could bring a fresh surge in China's economic growth, outpacing the US -- partly because Beijing is 'so concerned about social stability'

China could lose 200 million jobs to machines and artificial intelligence (AI) over the next two decades, according ...

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Behind Saudi's public face, the dark side of a crown prince

While Mohammed bin Salman is known to refer to China, with its authoritarian leadership and soaring economy, as a better model for Saudi Arabia than the West.

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A decades-coming bridge to unite Croatia is finally going to be built ... by China

With drills churning and its engineers arriving daily, a state-owned Chinese construction firm is finally going to complete a project Croatia has struggled with for decades.

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Alibaba Cloud joins NextDC's cloud portfolio

Gives Australian businesses better access into China.

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Uighur Muslims: China legalises its secret internment camps for religious minority

China's western Xinjiang region changes its laws to allow minority Uighur Muslims to be placed in "vocational training centres" — facilities Western nations say are actually massive internment camps. ...

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Today I Discovered Why Heart Rate Trackers Think Toilet Paper Is Alive

People in China have been putting the heart-rate tracking Xiaomi Mi Band 3 on rolls of toilet paper and coming up ...

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China region gives legal basis for Muslim internment camps

China's far-northwestern region of Xinjiang has revised legislation to provide a legal basis for internment camps where up to 1 million Muslims are ...

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How a $US1 move is making millions for Australian miners - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldHow a $US1 move is making millions for Australian minersThe Sydney Morning HeraldIll winds aren't supposed to blow anybody any good but the US trade conflict with China and its reimposition of sanctions on Iran appear to be producing significant windfalls for some key commodity producers. In the past month both BHP and ...

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Another credit-driven investment splurge in China carries the risk of causing stagflation

If Chinese policymakers want to support the economy, they best avoid the use of credit-driven splurge in infrastructure investment. If such a path is taken, ANZ Bank warns it could lead to a period of stagflation in the Chinese economy. More »     

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China still accounts for more than half of global steel production

If there was any doubt as to which nation is the largest steel producer globally, this chart is definitive in its answer. It comes from the Commonwealth Bank. More »     

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Why the price of this metal may be the next commodity to boom

The threat of an all-out trade war between China and the US has taken the shine off most metals but zinc could be the standout exception. Here's ...

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China draws a new red line around Hong Kong

Hong Kong's rare rejection of a UK journalist's visa was about far more than the fringe political ideology he was accused of promoting.

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Chinese commerce minister: China won’t back down in the trade war with the US

China will not cave in to US demands even if it faces further tariffs on its exports, China’s Commerce Minister ...

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China, US 'independent relationships' for Australia, says Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has told a prominent Chinese business magazine that Australia will seek to work closely with the US and China.

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IMF: Australia's economic growth prospects slip over the US-China trade war

The IMF forecasts Australia's GDP at 3.2% growth this year before slipping to 2.8% next year. The World Economic Outlook forecast was revised down due to trade measures, including the tariffs imposed on $US200 billion of US imports from China. More »     

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Fatigue leads to Kyrgios incidents: Woodbridge

Nick Kyrgios is tired, says Todd Woodbridge, and the Australian tennis star needs to adjust his schedule dramatically if he wants to avoid the kind of blow-ups witnessed in China.

The Age /
China scrambles to contain PR mess over detention of Interpol president

Chinese authorities scramble to contain a public relations mess over the disappearance of the former Interpol president.

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