Keating’s blast on China policy

Original article by Andrew White, Greg Brown
The Australian – Page: 1 & 7 : 19-Nov-19

Former prime minister Paul Keating has used a speech in Sydney to criticise the federal government’s handling of Australia’s relationship with China. He said it is in the national interest to not ignore the "biggest shift in economic power in world history". Meanwhile, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told the conference that a collective effort will be needed to restore the rules-based global trading system. He also expressed optimism that the US and China can reach agreement on resolving their trade war.

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