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Rudd disappointed by asean summit cancellation

Rudd disappointed by asean summit cancellation

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Former prime minister Tony Abbott has warned the Government will not be able to sustain its economic policy 룰렛without the help of a continent.

Key points: Rudd said Australia can build a middle class without any help from China

“I think the Australian people, they’re going to ask questions about Australia’s values and our values and our position within the world,” Mr Abbott told a town hall meeting in Sydney.

Mr Abbott is due to attend a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Sydney convention centre on Wednesday evening.

“There’s a possibility that there won’t be enough tSM 카지노o build the middle class without this China, without the support of China,” Mr Abbott said.

“I think the question is whether we can manage the relationship of countries that we’ve been part of for so long.

“But in the context of this situation, and given the difficulties that the Chinese are having domestically and there’s that risk of China going on a big trade and currency binge, I think there’s a risk of us running out of political capital, of us running out of political strength in trying to sustain our policy.”

He also warned it was the right time for the Government to get its fiscal house in order.

“This is the time to get down to business, this is the time for us to start moving again,” Mr Abbott said.

Earlier this year, the United States threatened Australia with economic retaliation if it failed to accept China into the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade bloc.

Mr Abbott said his government would continue to engage in dialogue with other nations, but if Beijing threatened the US it would not stop talking.

“China wants to have relations with our country, we want to have these relationships. China wants to have a relationship,모나코 카지노” he said.

“So our position is no problem. They can have their relations.

“It’s not going to stop us talking in our country, talking to them or negotiating them in our country.”

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