Australia and China Hold First Trade Minister Meeting in Three Years

Australia and China have held a meeting between trade ministers for the first time in three years as the two sides seek to resume the normal trade relationship after a period of tension.
On Feb. 6, Australian Trade Minister Don Farrel joined a virtual meeting with Chinese Commerce Minister Wang Wentao to discuss the removal of China’s trade restrictions on many key commodities of Australia.
In the opening remarks, Farrel said trade and investment had always been part of the “bedrock” of the relationship between the two countries as China continued to be Australia’s largest trading partner and an important source of investment…. Source

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