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RCEP: partners in conflict

Fairgoers could not believe their eyes in Shanghai in early November. At the third International Import Exhibition (CIIE), which was opened by the state and party leader Xi Jinping, Australia’s presence increased by 20 percent compared to 2019. More than 180 Australian companies exhibited their products. More than ever before. Contracts and agreements worth $350 million were signed in the process. “We can work with China,” Australian Finance Minister Josh Frydenberg commented.

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