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May 10 - China sends ‘warning shot to Australia’ as patience wears thin
 

 
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China’s latest squeeze on Australia may be largely symbolic, meant as a warning shot for Canberra and other middle powers in the age of US-China rivalry, observers said.
In the latest in a series of moves, China’s National Development and Reform Commission said on Thursday it would “indefinitely suspend” all activities under the China-Australia Strategic Economic Dialogue, a forum launched in 2014 and last convened in 2017.
The economic planning agency said it made the decision because Canberra’s “Cold War mindset and ideological discrimination” had disrupted cooperation.
The decision follows restrictions on a wide range of Australian imports, from lobsters to wine and timber.

Australia has also cancelled deals struck between the state of Victoria and China over Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative, a massive infrastructure programme.
China has yet to use the nuclear option – cutting the iron ore trade – but observers said Beijing was making clear that it was running out of patience.


Australia has been vocal in its criticism of China in recent years and is part of a growing US-led network of countries confronting Beijing.

Xie Maosong, a senior research at the China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said Beijing was sending a message not only to Canberra but also other Western capitals that were still weighing their options.
“Unlike other countries that have conflicts with China, Australia’s motives are ideological, and they think they can separate economic cooperation from ideological confrontation,” Xie said.
“Countries like Britain, Germany, France and Japan need to understand from Australia’s lesson that they should not pick the US’ side in the China-US rivalry.”


Ties between Beijing and Canberra became strained in 2018 when Australia become the first country to publicly ban Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies from building the nation’s 5G network. Relations worsened last year after Canberra called for an independent investigation into the origins of the coronavirus outbreak.
Suggests from officials in Canberra that Australia could be involved in joint response to a war over Taiwan added fuel to the fire.
Australia is also reviewing whether it should cancel the 99-year lease on the strategically important Darwin port signed between a Chinese company and the Northern Territory government in 2015.

Amid the acrimony, trade between China and Australia has plummeted by 40 per cent for almost all industries. But iron ore, a vital component in the production of steel and key to China’s infrastructure spending spree to shore up the post-pandemic economic recovery, remains the only import that is still keeping the bilateral trade afloat.
“Neither side wants to use this card. We are basically holding each other’s neck,” said a diplomatic source who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
Song Luzheng, an international relations researcher at Fudan University, said the latest move showed that Beijing was running out of economic options to punish Australia.
“Halting the economic and strategic dialogue means that bilateral conflicts have reached an irreconcilable point. China is nearing the end of its inventory of economic cards, and the next steps are to move to using the diplomatic cards,” Song said, saying possible measures included banning Australians officials from entering Hong Kong or more extreme responses such as expelling diplomats.

Joerg Wuttke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, said the impact of China’s decision had been felt in the wider market.
“Even if it’s symbolic, it sent messages into the market, as you can see yesterday iron ore prices went up and coal prices went up. In a way it has a market impact right away,” Wuttke said.
“But it [was] raised in order to pacify the domestic crowd, that we have done something, which is not a good direction.”
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 1 month ago '04        #2
D1nOnlyMrM@  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Ya know I always thought there be a world war 3 but it always seems to be talked away. Hopefully there is a resolution
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 1 month ago '17        #3
LIL SOULJA  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x36
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China stays fu*king up ... they just recently had
An uncontrollable rocket ship that was 100 feet long and could've landed anywhere in the world .. luckily it landed in the Indian sea.. imagine if that sh*t landed in New York or LA?? Smh








Last edited by LIL SOULJA; 05-10-2021 at 07:58 PM..
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 1 month ago '04        #4
AkaiMakai 
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 LIL SOULJA said
China stays fu*king up ... they just recently had
An uncontrollable rocket ship that was 100 feet long and could've landed anywhere in the world .. luckily it landed in the Indian sea.. imagine if that sh*t landed in New York or LA?? Smh








would have been shot down way before it got anywhere near those cities
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 1 month ago '06        #5
Doe Sun 
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Made in China

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 1 month ago '17        #6
LIL SOULJA  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x36
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 AkaiMakai said
would have been shot down way before it got anywhere near those cities
You do know it was dropping at 18,000+ mph right? Also scientist just recently said if a meteor (yes even a small one) were to enter our orbit we're fu*ked ... we don't even have close enough tech to shoot ANYTHING coming down from space at a fast velocity .. New York would've been fu*ked
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 1 month ago '17        #7
LIL SOULJA  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x36
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 Doe Sun said
Made in China

You break you buy!
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 1 month ago '06        #8
Storchaveli  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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fu*k China. They should stfu and get sanctioned by the UN for letting this Coronovirus get out of control. Now we’re stuck dealing with it, 600K+ dead and retarded a*s antivaxers who think they’re getting injected with mini robots like stupid f*g**ts.

 LIL SOULJA said
China stays fu*king up ... they just recently had
An uncontrollable rocket ship that was 100 feet long and could've landed anywhere in the world .. luckily it landed in the Indian sea.. imagine if that sh*t landed in New York or LA?? Smh








I wouldn’t have been sad if it landed in Florida.
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 1 month ago '04        #9
AkaiMakai 
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 LIL SOULJA said
You do know it was dropping at 18,000+ mph right? Also scientist just recently said if a meteor (yes even a small one) were to enter our orbit we're fu*ked ... we don't even have close enough tech to shoot ANYTHING coming down from space at a fast velocity .. New York would've been fu*ked
yes and the technology has been there where they can shoot it down way before it gets anywhere close. we can track any rocket or missile anywhere om earth no matter how fast its going.

this is in 2006 imagine now..

Assuming the interceptor missiles make it into the air by their deadline, information from ground-based radars will provide the interceptors with updated information on the targets’ location as they rise to meet them. As the distance closes, the interceptors will release their k*ll vehicles.

By this time, the enemy missiles will have dissolved into a hail of objects streaking toward the United States at perhaps 15,000 mph. Inside that cloud of warheads, inflated Mylar decoy balloons, shaped and painted to look like real warheads, could distract the k*ll vehicles, if not for the guidance given by their infrared eyes and small thrusters. If all goes well, each k*ll vehicle will collide with an incoming warhead at about 18,000 miles per hour.


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 1 month ago '15        #10
mwtx 
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The world as a whole needs to come together and yoke China up and tell them to cut the sh*t. Their disregard to everyone else is really starting to get toxic af. Releasing corona virus and they probably have more sh*t stashed, releasing these giant dud a*s rockets that can land anywhere, like wtf?
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 1 month ago '15        #11
People Talk  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x160 OP
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 LIL SOULJA said
You break you buy!
Covid wont go away till they stop eatin bats

 1 month ago '05        #12
ice wolf  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 LIL SOULJA said
China stays fu*king up ... they just recently had
An uncontrollable rocket ship that was 100 feet long and could've landed anywhere in the world .. luckily it landed in the Indian sea.. imagine if that sh*t landed in New York or LA?? Smh








China is so trash ....

It’s time for the west to divorce the CCP
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 1 month ago '08        #13
get_ate 
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 mwtx said
The world as a whole needs to come together and yoke China up and tell them to cut the sh*t. Their disregard to everyone else is really starting to get toxic af.
That argument can very well be made for a coalition of forces against the U.S., which has a longer record of "toxic af disregard" for the global community than China.
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 1 month ago '15        #14
DamianDragunov 
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Do we need to call up Japan to regulate China again?



Japan gots chinas number... of course the biches got the biggest economy... the got mother fukin billions of people.I said long ago (year or two) fuk buying China products.
They junk a*s copies.




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 1 month ago '15        #15
thirssty58  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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U.S. and others have these "hostile relationships" with countries they still have business relationships with from intellectual property stealing china to indirectly funding countries that are funding terrorism or drug trade sh*ts so baffling and makes no sense think money will be the downfall oligarchs been sold people out but it's gonna catch up


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 1 month ago '17        #16
LIL SOULJA  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x36
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 AkaiMakai said
would have been shot down way before it got anywhere near those cities
What are u talking about .. do you know how fast they travel?? And if they were able to break it up mid flight it gonna break up into multiple fast traveling rocks from space which makes it even more dangerous ...not even the United States has the power to stop a meteorite ... scientists just came out last week and said if a meteorite were to come into our orbit were fu*ked lol

 1 month ago '18        #17
beermoney 
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China needs to be put to bed before they take over Africa.

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 1 month ago '16        #18
BxCastro 
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 AkaiMakai said
would have been shot down way before it got anywhere near those cities
Shot down??? I know you gotta be joking

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 1 month ago '14        #19
BasedGawd  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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 D1nOnlyMrM@ said
Ya know I always thought there be a world war 3 but it always seems to be talked away. Hopefully there is a resolution
China won the war with America long ago because of capitalism, aka greed.

 1 month ago '06        #20
bigmike5115 
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China needs to calm down with all this sh*t
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 1 month ago '05        #21
Emperor85 
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 beermoney said
China needs to be put to bed before they take over Africa.

the US and Europe own Africa already....

 1 month ago '07        #22
yola  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x48
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this is your friendly reminder that every single time you buy something that says Made in China you're donating to China's agenda, government and way of life
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 1 month ago '10        #23
MrTripleDouble 
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China needs to go

 1 month ago '21        #24
TheIronyIsThat 
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Oh.

But weren't we shipping out our jobs there and still do? Didn't all of these rich corporations help China? Even defending them against Hong Kong?

Ahh.

So "patriots", the US government allowed it and helped create this monster at the expense of Americans and now the monster is powerful, equipped with freewill.


I feel no pity.

Reap.
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 1 month ago '12        #25
D1drae 
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Never knew Boxden would cape so much for Australia
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