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28 July 2021
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US closely monitoring trade situation between Australia and China, says USTR

Financial Express

22/07/2021 - 05:50

Tai conveyed to Tehan that the US stands with Australia to tackle this shared challenge and supports a rules-based international trade, a media release said.


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  48. India to export vaccines to 40 more countries (26/02/2021 - Financial Express)
    Calling on Australia and Japan to collaborate with India in rebuilding the global economy, Jaishankar stressed on the need to create an equitable global trading order. “Trade between nations must be on a level-playing field,” he said, during a discussion on free trade.
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  49. The Wall Street Journal: U.S. isn’t ready to lift tariffs against China, new trade representative says (28/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    The U.S. isn’t ready to lift tariffs on Chinese imports in the near future, but might be open to trade negotiations with Beijing, according to U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.
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