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Beijing blames Australia’s ‘wrong words and deeds’ for trade war after US rebuke – Sydney Morning Herald

Beijing dismissed the concerns of the US Indo-Pacific chief Kurt Campbell ahead of the first meeting between the two superpowers in Alaska.



The worlds two largest economies have faced their own period of heightened geopolitical turbulence after the Trump administration accused China of intellectual property theft, imposed tariffs on more than $US360 billion in Chinese goods, made unsubstantiated claims of China spreading the coronavirus from a Wuhan lab and condemned human rights abuses in Hong Kong and Xinjiang.
Australias relationship with Beijing has spiralled since 2018 after the Turnbull government blocked telecommunications provider…

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