China trade block drop on cards as premier visits

By Dominic Giannini
Updated May 16 2024 - 6:40pm, first published 6:38pm
China's Premier Li Qiang is visiting Australia in June with remaining trade barriers tipped to go. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)
China's Premier Li Qiang is visiting Australia in June with remaining trade barriers tipped to go. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)

China could drop the remaining sanctions on Australian products as early as June, but there are warnings the swearing-in of Taiwan's new president will spark a new rift between Canberra and Beijing.

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