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Published: March/April 2017      

The Sino-Australia ore bridge

As well as keeping China’s steel mills rolling and bulk ports busy, seaborne iron ore shipments have kept Australia one step ahead of the recessions that have gripped other commodity-heavy economies.

Li Keqiang, China’s Premier, visited Australia in March to talk trade and ties with his counterpart Malcolm Turnbull. With China the biggest export market for Australia, there is good reason for Canberra to keep its Pacific trading partner close – not least as these deepening links have helped the so-called ‘lucky country’ avoid for the last quarter of a century the recessions that have dogged other commodity-focused economies....


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