Too Many Eggs in the Dragon’s Basket? Part Two: Diversifying Australia’s Export Base

21 January 2021

Having taken stock of Australia’s trading relationship with China to pose the question of whether Canberra has become too dependent on Beijing as an export destination, Mr Hull now draws on his experience as a former Austrade Senior Trade Commissioner to assess the strengths and weaknesses of Australia’s exporting model, the feasibility of reducing the trade reliance on China and to identify how Australia might go about diversifying or creating new export markets for its products and services.

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