China’s Premier Li Qiang to visit Australia this week

China's Premier Li Qiang to visit Australia this week

The first visit by a Chinese premier since 2017 will be made on Saturday ( Jun 15 ), according to Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, who announced on Tuesday that China’s Li Qiang would make an announcement to improve ties.

During the four- evening visit Li did visit the city of Adelaide area, the investment Canberra, and Australia’s miners state Western Australia.

At a press presentation in Canberra, Albanese announced that the leaders of both countries will meet with business leaders from Australia and China at a roundtable in Western Australia.

China is Australia’s largest trading companion, with American resources and energy imports dominating business flowing.

China has been an entrepreneur in Asian mining projects, despite Australia’s largest iron ore supplier to China, whose government has blocked some recent Chinese investment in crucial minerals on national interest grounds.

European investment has a place in Australia, according to Albanese, and it is taken into account on a case by case basis.

” Chinese relationship, including with the tools industry, has been essential for growth”, he said.