Key players to attend Australia China Business Council networking session

The shadow foreign minister and Labor’s Senate leader, Penny Wong, will use a keynote speech to the Australia China Business Council to argue that politicians and business leaders must guard against “racial fault lines from our past being allowed to resonate today”.

With the bilateral relationship between Canberra and Beijing under significant strain, triggered by the Turnbull government’s crackdown against foreign interference, a number of key players, including Cheng Jingye, the Chinese ambassador to Australia, will gather in parliament on Tuesday for an annual networking session organised by the council.

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