China

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Innovation partnerships with China will help translate research breakthroughs into commercially viable technologies, write Ian Jacobs and Laurie Pearcey.

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Trade and security should not be the only focus of Malcolm Turnbull's visit to Beijing, writes Elaine Pearson.

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Three important measures of confidence in the Australian economy were released this week, writes Richard Holden.

South China Sea

Washington's foray into the South China Sea signals it will no longer be a passive ­observer of China’s acquisitive ­maritime ­strategy, writes Alan Dupont.

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UNSW and Shanghai Jiao Tong University will establish a Joint Innovation Hub in Advanced Materials for the Space Age, the NSW Premier Mike Baird announced in China at the weekend. 

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UNSW and China’s prestigious Shanghai Jiao Tong University have increased the size of a joint investment fund designed to mobilise industry investment in research and tap into China’s rapidly rising demand for advanced technology.

China Australia

Most Australian exporters support the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, but it shouldn't adversely affect labour standards, writes Tim Harcourt.

China Connection

An initiative of UNSW Law puts the Faculty at the forefront of understanding China’s business environment. 

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The Chinese stock market contagion is spreading around the world, as renewed concerns on China's economy add to the fear-selling that left share markets in tatters in August, says UNSW Business School's Vic Edwards.

Sharemarket China

The ham-fisted attempts by China's leaders to control the stock market bubble they helped create shows they are still wearing their "learner driver's" plates when it comes to financial markets, writes Vic Edwards.

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