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  • Australia, China to boost trade with beef making the cut - Channel NewsAsia

    Australia, China to boost trade with beef making the cut - Channel NewsAsia;

    Australia and China are expected to sign new bilateral agreements on beef exports, energy and security during a four-day visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that began on Thursday. Posted 23 Mar 2017 17:25; Updated 23 Mar 2017 17:28. Chinese Premier ...and more »

  • News Analysis: Australia-China economic partnership a win-win - Xinhua

    SYDNEY, March 23 (Xinhua) -- The economic partnership between China and Australia is one which is often described by experts and leaders alike as a "win-win," not only because of the mutually beneficial economic outcomes, but also the positive social ...and more »

  • Chinese premier warns Australia against protectionism - ABC News

    Chinese premier warns Australia against protectionism - ABC News;

    Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, second left, and his wife Lucy Turnbull, left, welcomed China's Premier Li Keqiang, second right, and wife Cheng Hong, to Parliament House in Canberra Thursday, March 23, 2017. Li and Prime Minister Turnbull ...and more »

  • Chinese premier sends condolence message to British PM over London attack - ecns

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang sent a message of condolences to British Prime Minister Theresa May Thursday over a deadly terrorist attack in London that killed four people and injured 40 others Wednesday. In his message, Li strongly condemned the ...and more »

  • Australia Shouldn't Pick Between US and China, Premier Li Says - Bloomberg

    Australia Shouldn't Pick Between US and China, Premier Li Says - Bloomberg;

    Australia doesn't need to take sides between its biggest trading partner China, and its main ally the U.S., Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told lawmakers and business leaders in Canberra. “We respect your choices in your foreign policy,” Li said on ...and more »

  • The two (media) sides of Premier Li Keqiang's Australian visit - The Sydney Morning Herald

    The two (media) sides of Premier Li Keqiang's Australian visit - The Sydney Morning Herald;

    Beijing: Chinese media have blown hot and cold on Australia as Premier Li Keqiang arrived for a five-day visit. To its English language audience of diplomats and business people, the state tabloid Global Times has raised the prospect of cheap Chinese ...and more »

  • As China's Li visits Down Under, Trump on Australian PM Turnbull's mind - CNBC

    As China's Li visits Down Under, Trump on Australian PM Turnbull's mind - CNBC;

    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to keep his relationship with the U.S. in close focus as China's Li Keqiang becomes the first Premier in eleven years to visit Down Under. Li is expected to discuss bilateral economic, trade and ...and more »

  • Australia attracts record number of Chinese tourists - China Daily

    BEIJING — A record 1.2 million Chinese tourists visited Australia in 2016, according to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), which helped drive up Australia's visitor expenditure figures. The International Visitor Survey (IVS ...and more »

  • Chinese premier Li Keqiang says 'everyone will win' from free trade between Australia and China - Business Insider Australia

    Chinese premier Li Keqiang says 'everyone will win' from free trade between Australia and China - Business Insider Australia;

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang expects “everyone will win” from free trade between his country and Australia. Speaking at a special lunch in the Great Hall at Parliament House in Canberra, Li kicked off his five-day visit to Australia by saying he hopes to ...and more »

  • What Premier Li's Australia trip means for business - ecns

    Consolidating a strong and mature relationship, that's what Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Australia is about, according to Australia's ambassador to China, Jan Adams – who spoke exclusively to CGTN ahead of traveling with Premier Li on what ...and more »