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Australians Look to Bridge Cultural Divide in Search of China Trade

As a long mining boom comes to an end, Australia is pinning its economic hopes on a free-trade agreement with China that came into force in December 2015. While tariffs have been cut, opportunities have soared. But there is still a beguiling maze of cultural differences that remains to be negotiated between the two trading partners. There was triumph in the air when Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the signing of a “historic” free trade agreement with China. One of...

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