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Does a ban on for-profit tutoring solve educational inequality in China?
September 28, 2021

Join Chamindu, Jade, Morgan, and Stephen as they deconstruct the recent ban on for-profit tutoring in China and explore the deep roots of educational inequality in the country.

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DiDi and Ali Baba, is Strategic Shaming Strategic?
September 19, 2021

China must consider how to square its economic and financial expansionism with its tendency for regulatory policy. Hear from Kaiyue, Luke and Haiyue as they explore China's past and contemporary regulatory behaviour.

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The Belt and Road Part 2: The International Stage
October 3, 2020

In Part 2 of our series on the BRI, Anuk, Ben and Julia examine how and where China is expanding its modern Silk Road outside of Australia.

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The Belt and Road Part 1: impact on Australia if state Victoria’s inclusion on China’s…
September 26, 2020

State Victoria's current controversial BRI deal with China places them in a complicated position torn between two sides. With this, we look into the effects on Australia if Victoria chooses to terminate the current BRI deal with China.

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Integrity, but at what cost – Australia/China trade-war
May 26, 2020

Following Scott Morrison’s early call for an independent inquiry into China’s initial handling of COVID-19, Australia has faced significant economic and political backlash. China has imposed exorbitant tariffs on Australian…

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China’s Digital Currency: A Boon for People, Productivity and Power
September 23, 2019

China has recently surprised the market, especially the crypto sector, by announcing that they are almost ready to launch a digital currency called Renminbi to replace physical cash for the…

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Chinese Oil Futures 2.0
May 8, 2018

Introduction China finally has their very own oil futures contract after many years in the making, which marks a significant milestone for China’s oil industry and their economy as a…

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Tapping into the Sino-Australian Relationship
October 6, 2017

The Australia-China relationship is based off trade dealings and investment opportunities. In 1972, both nations chartered diplomatic relations that led Australia to build an embassy in Beijing in 1973 (DFAT,…

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CHINA’S ROAD TO RECOVERY FROM ITS SELF-CREATED DEMOGRAPHIC DISASTER
April 20, 2016

After years of implementation, in October 2015 China announced its decision to lift the one-child policy and adopt a more lenient two-child policy, in an attempt to diversify the country’s…

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China’s Stock Market Crash
August 24, 2015

The booming performance of China’s stock market was put to an abrupt end due to risky investor practices and the nation’s declining economic growth. To mitigate the repercussions of the…

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Tianjin: A Future in Pieces
August 24, 2015

Recently, two seismic explosions in the port city of Tianjin, China has left the city in devastation and ruin. Being merely 30 seconds apart, both explosions at a chemical warehouse…

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Depreciation of the Chinese RMB
August 24, 2015

China’s central bank has recently devalued its currency by over 2% against the US dollar. By depreciating the Chinese Yuan, it created great concerns for the domestic and international markets.…

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