In An On-brand Move, China Issues Diktat To Australia

When it comes to Australia, China is not even pretending that it is not on the path of retribution. After extraordinary obstruction to Australian imports amounting to effective bans on goods ranging from lobster to iron ore to wheat and threatening about $20 billion dollars of exports, Beijing issued a blunt diktat to Canberra on November 18 in terms of what it must address to arrest the momentous downturn in Australia-China relations, reports The Diplomat.

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