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Will the crisis in China affect Australian imports long term?

By Joshua . Created on 05 Aug, 2019
Will the riots & uncertainty in China have a negative impact on Australian businesses that now outsource their manufacturing to China in the long term?
Current Affairs 204 votes | 7 Comments
Yes

Yes

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Have zero affect at all

Have zero affect at all

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Have zero affect at all
David said on Nov 2, 2019
the riots you are referring to are in Hong Kong, the manufacture of goods imported to Australia is done in Mainland China, as such the riots will have no effect and this poll is redundant
Yes
Tom said on Aug 12, 2019
that are a major trading partner.
Yes
braunhi said on Aug 13, 2019
Tom thanks for your message and I agree. China is indeed a major trading partner. Scary but true. Thanks and take care. B.
Yes
Linda said on Aug 10, 2019
Our economy has become so very tied to China that if they go down we go with them. Good economists running our country it seems. NOT
Yes
braunhi said on Aug 10, 2019
Thanks for your message Linda and I couldn't agree more. Take care and do enjoy your weekend. B.
Yes
braunhi said on Aug 9, 2019
It will affect us. It will cause an ongoing affect to Australia.
Yes
Jess said on Aug 7, 2019
Of course it will affect us
Yes
Vinny said on Aug 7, 2019
If Australian company can't import items made to order from China, then to manufacture, same thing here will cost too much labour, there labour cost is cheap. All things made here will be expensive.
Yes
Steven said on Aug 7, 2019
China results effect us all