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The Australia-China Research Innovation Center will focus on information, communications and electronics technologies.
China, UTS to Launch New Joint Center for Advanced Research

China considers the giant panda as a national treasure.
'Pandavans' Invade Australia to Boost China's Tourism

Based on data gathered by Tourism Australia, nearly 1.2 million Chinese tourists visited Australia in 2016, spending a total of over $9 billion.
More Chinese Travelers Crave Adventures Off Australia's Beaten Path

Queensland hopes to attract more Chinese tourists this year.
To Boost Queensland Tourism, Investment Delegation Led by Minister Kate Jones Visits China

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Paladin Energy Ltd. logo is displayed at the company's reception in Perth, Australia.
Western Australia-Based Uranium Production Company Battles China National Nuclear Co.

A billboard showing Apple phones is seen at an Apple Store in Beijing, China.
Apple Accused of Pulling Ads from Australian-Chinese Media Companies; China Attempting to Increase Control of Media in Australia?

A technician works at a research lab of BYD Co. in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province.
China's BYD Unveils New Product Line of Modular Battery Storage Systems in Australia

Alibaba Founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during a press conference.
Alibaba's New Australian Branch Opens Opportunity to Make Australian Brands Known Worldwide Through Exports

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi discussed with his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop.
Chinese Foreign Minister: China, US Conflict a Lose-Lose Game

Through the Jack Ma Foundation, the University of Newcastle will receive $20 million (AUD$26.4 million) to set up “The Ma and Morley Scholarship Program.”
Australian University Receives Biggest Philanthropic Pledge in Its History from Jack Ma Foundation

The reduced tariff for Australian exports to China under the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement covers the wine industry, among many others.
Australian Exporters to China Enjoy Cheaper Tariffs

James Packer, Crown Resorts Chairman, speaks as he launches Crown Resorts' second Reconciliation Action Plan on July 31, 2015, in Melbourne, Australia.
Australian Casino Staff Detained in China Following Gambling Probe

President Xi pushes for tighter cybersecurity measures.
Xi Calls for Tighter Internet Security; Domestic Firms Told to Hurry Up

President Xi Jinping shakes the hand of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during their meeting at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou last Sept. 3.
China Expecting Australia to Give Fair Investment Policy to Foreign Investors

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull
Australian PM Turnbull Boosts Trade Ties in China on 1,000-delegate Visit

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