Australia disappointed with China's decision to suspend economic dialogue | Inquirer Business

Australia disappointed with China’s decision to suspend economic dialogue

/ 03:14 PM May 06, 2021

FILE PHOTO: Australian flag flutters in front of the Great Hall of the People during a welcoming ceremony for Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (not in picture) in Beijing, China, April 14, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee

SYDNEY — Australia is disappointed with China’s decision to “indefinitely” suspend all activity under a China-Australia Strategic Economic Dialogue, Trade Minister Dan Tehan said on Thursday.

“We remain open to holding the dialogue and engaging at the ministerial level,” Tehan said in a statement.


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