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Co-Evolution of Australia–China Trade

18th April 2017
Co-Evolution of Australia–China Trade

Originally published on on March 19, 2017, by He Fan

“The worst-case scenario is that countries like Australia and China finally turn inward and close their doors. Then there would be walls everywhere and the world would be split into belligerent trading blocs. Only when countries in this region work together can we deliver a more promising future.”

He Fan, Professor of Economics at the HSBC Business School at Peking University reveals his thoughts regarding the future of Chinese-Australia bilateral trade amidst an ever changing global political landscape preempted by Brexit and the US presidential election. Read about the various dynamics in international trade involving China, Australia and the US.