Australia Keen for Singapore Travel Lane, Minister Says

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Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Dan Tehan discusses the government’s policies on climate issues, diplomacy and trade. Australia, one of the world’s top per-capita polluters, finally agreed to a plan to zero out its carbon emissions by 2050 but fell short of committing to harder short-term targets demanded by climate activists. Tehan also talks about the bilateral relations with China, and Australia’s plans to further open its boarders amid the Covid-19 pandemic. He speaks with Juliette Saly on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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