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China wants Australia relationship back on track ‘as early as possible’ – Sydney Morning Herald

Striking a note of reconciliation, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi told former prime minister Kevin Rudd that “there are better chances we can find solutions”.



The complaint to the WTO marked a formal escalation in Australia’s year-long $20 billion trade stoush with the superpower, as China also imposed trade sanctions on Australian timber, wine, lobster and coal.
In late November, Prime Minister Scott Morrison extended an olive branch to China in a livestreamed appearance at a UK policy event, saying he was “happy to have a discussion” about the list of 14 grievances Chinese officials released to The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
But the relationship…

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