The transition to carbon neutrality in China and its impacts on Australia
As the world’s largest developing country, China is marching towards ambitious climate goals of achieving peak carbon by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. Given that China is the largest buyer of Australia’s iron ore and one of the largest buyers of Australia’s coal and liquefied natural gas (LNG), such climate efforts could be expected to impact Australia profoundly. This chapter examines how China’s transition to carbon neutrality will affect the Australian economy at the national and state levels and by industry.
What the Foxconn exodus in Zhengzhou means for China’s supply chains
China-Russia cooperation in advanced technologies - Report launch | WEBINAR
Advanced technologies are becoming a key factor in the great power competition between the United States and the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The PRC’s growing technological prowess, and the role this is having in augmenting Beijing’s influence globally and especially in Australia’s own region, is playing a pivotal role in shaping Australia’s strategic environment.