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US tariffs on Chinese EVs a dilemma for Australia

ANALYSIS: In any hit to China's auto industry, Australia will be collateral damage.

WATCH: NBR senior journalist Lachlan Colquhoun speaks with Dita De Boni.

When China’s construction boom was in full swing, massive apartment blocks were largely built around steel girders made from iron ore extracted from remote areas of Western Australia.

Today, China’s property boom has turned to bust and many of these apartment buildings lie empty, but China’s

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Lachlan Colquhoun Wed, 05 Jun 2024
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