Australian and Chinese officials held talks in Beijing Saturday aimed at tightening trade and economic ties between the two countries, just as the Trump administration increases scrutiny on the trading practices of the world’s biggest exporter. The two nations worked across “a whole range of issues, starting off first and foremost with our combined commitments to grow our economies but also resisting against protectionism,” Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison told reporters after the meeting. The officials also discussed investment, competition and income ...
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