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SYDNEY: Australian construction spending slid to its lowest in almost three years last quarter as a deepening downturn in home building spread to other sectors and posed a downside risk to growth across the economy.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will advocate for the release of a Chinese-born Australian writer held by Beijing on suspicion of espionage, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday, rejecting warnings by China not to interfere.
SYDNEY: Shares of companies highly exposed to China's economy tumbled across Asia on Tuesday on rising concern about the impact of global travel bans associated with a virus outbreak, and even as some stocks involved in preventative health spiked.
SYDNEY: Australia proposed scrapping media ownership restraints on Saturday which could raise huge interest among moguls looking for acquisitions, especially in its ailing, third-largest free-to-air television network, Ten Network Holdings.
SYDNEY: Ten Network Holdings’ survival depends on three billionaire debt guarantors, including News Corp co-chairman Lachlan Murdoch, after Australia’s third-largest TV network reported a A$232mil (US$173mil) half-year loss in a weak advertising market.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's foreign minister held an emergency meeting with the Chinese ambassador in the wake of Canberra's failure to ratify an extradition treaty with China, a source familiar with the situation said on Wednesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia cancelled a vote on Tuesday to finally ratify an extradition treaty with China, 10 years after it was signed, with the government set for an embarrassing defeat on the vote.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The hole in Australia's economy dug by China's dwindling appetite for its resources is being filled by the Chinese themselves, whose growing affluence is powering a surge in travellers in a boon to tourism income and growth.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Police in central China have arrested 94 members of a $72 billion (57.72 billion pounds) cross-border gambling ring whose activities stretched into Southeast Asia, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday, citing police.