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Tit for Tarif continues in Australia

Tariff tantrums continue from childish China into Australia – so FUCK them, lets not sell them anything, and we won’t buy anything, simple …

So China has tried to hit hard the following industries. Wine, Coal, Iron Ore, Barley, Beef and lamb, Cotton, Lobster and Timber

The hardest hit of these is wine, with a 5 year extension announced today.

Can we also add, that China is at WAR with The United States of America (continually) . Taiwan (continually), Hong Kong because they were bored. (continually and in breach of international law). The International waters and sea around Indonesia and Japan, heading south to PNG near Australia. India for being on our side, and many other disputes…

FUCK THEM! They are school yard bullies of the worst kind- Lets start not supplying them Iron Ore, Technology, Software,
water and land etc

Don’t buy Chinese of any description when out spending money on shopping, cloths, accessories, food, noodles, rice,
milk companies owned buy “sovereign funds” – Limited but not including milk products, avocado, nuts and real estate.

What else do they own? – You will VERY surprised to see they own over 10% of Australian water rights! WTF

WATER

Around 10.5 per cent or almost six Sydney Harbours of the nation’s water is now foreign owned, according to the report. China now owns 756 gigalitres of water after a three per cent boost of its share in 2018-19, putting it ahead of companies owned in the US (713GL) and the UK (394GL)

ENERGY

A number of Australian energy companies, for example, are owned by Chinese firms. EnergyAustralia, despite its name, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong-based China Light and Power Co Ltd, while Alinta Energy is owned Chow Tai Fook Enterprises.

LAND

That’s roughly 13 per cent of Australia’s agricultural land and an upward trend that has since continued. Of that 30 per cent, China was the second largest foreign owner, topped only narrowly by the U.K

2019

Huawei is blocked from participating in Australia’s fifth-generation (5G) mobile network on national security grounds

2018

A $13 billion bid for natural gas company APA Group by Hong Kong’s CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd (CKI) is rejected by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg citing the concentration of foreign ownership in gas transmission

2016

Then treasurer Scott Morrison rejects a $10 billion bid for 50.4% of electricity distributor Ausgrid from CKI and State Grid Corp of China citing security concerns

Morrison also rejects a $371 million bid from Shanghai CRED and Hunan Dakang Pasture Farming for S. Kidman and Co, one of Australia’s largest beef producers, saying the sale is not in the national interest.

2009

A $1.75 billion bid from Hong Kong’s Minmetals Land Ltd for OZ Minerals Ltd is altered when government rules the Prominent Hill mine in South Australia near the Woomera military zone could not be part of the deal

…and the idea that no country can comment on China, is as stupid as there dictatorial political system, old, out dates, and out of touch:

H&M disappeared from the internet in China as the government raised pressure on shoe and clothing brands and announced sanctions Friday against British officials in a spiralling fight over complaints of abuses in the Xinjiang region. H&M products were missing from major e-commerce platforms including Alibaba and JD.com following calls by state media for a boycott over the Swedish retailer’s decision to stop buying cotton from Xinjiang. That hurts H&M’s ability to reach customers in a country where more than a fifth of shopping is online. Shockwaves spread to other brands as dozens of celebrities called off endorsement deals with Nike, Adidas, Burberry, Uniqlo and Lacoste after state media criticised the brands for expressing concern about Xinjiang.

Dash Editor

Self-confessed confused news junkie, with lifelong additions to coffee, great conversations, perfection in all its forms, cold wine, hot music and puppy dogs.

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