Current cyber security rules, government policies and regulations "are simply not at the level that we need them to be," Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said
China imported 20,000 tonnes of Australian cotton in 2022, compared to 400,000 in 2019, according to Chinese customs data.
The report examined what it said were 73 "coercive PRC actions" recorded between 2020 and 2022, of which 21 were taken against Australia
Canada's armed forces says it has detected Chinese surveillance operations in its seas and airspace, The Globe and Mail said
"This will enable people from both the countries to immediately and at low-cost transfer funds (by) just using their mobile phones," Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said
The financial hub's government spent in excess of $76 billion fighting the spread of Covid-19 and providing economic relief to its businesses
China is boosting its own semiconductor sector and clean energy sector after being hit by US export controls late last year, the SCMP said
Semiconductor demand remained high whilst orders for electronic products fell 21.8%, Taiwan's economy ministry said
"We are going to be a big catalyst in accelerating the (EV) ecosystem," Prabhjeet Singh, president of Uber India and South Asia, said.
Chinese fishing boats blamed for latest damage to internet cables to Taiwan, which has become a topic of national security, Taiwan News said
China's biggest provincial economy, Guangdong in the south, spent $10 billion last year, including vaccinations, PCR testing and subsidies for medical staff.
Food prices are high and low income households can't avoid paying for that, so we're going to see higher poverty rates as well, Moody Analytics senior economist Katrina Ell said