Waving the flag for Chinese investment

Australia's foreign direct investment potential is high but actual investment lags badly. And the player with biggest potential – China – is the one bearing the brunt of Canberra's policy hash.

The Conversation

The challenges wrought by burgeoning Asian demand for Australia’s natural resources – the so-called 'two-speed economy' – have already begun to receive policy attention from the federal government. The minerals resource rent tax, set to be introduced from July 1 this year, is just one example.

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