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China’s bold new fishing plan on Australia’s doorstep increases tensions It’s one of the closest towns to Australia and China’s taking a keen interest in fishing there. But there’s no fish to catch. So what’s the real agenda?

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China’s aggressive fishing fleet heading for Australia amid trade war Beijing’s monster fishing fleet has long since stripped its own waters bare and has mercilessly prowled other oceans. Now …

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China, Australia and the big strategic questions over a Papua New Guinea fishing hub Toughest female action stars in movies Beyonce’s daughter earns Grammy nomination China and Papua New Guinea…

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PNG has signed an MOU with China to build a $204 million fishing facility on the island of Daru There are fears the facility is a ruse to allow China to bring defence capabilities to Australia’s doorstep Under the Torres Strait Treaty, Chinese-backed vessels could legally fish in Australian waters

5.China fishing australia

China’s $200 million ‘fishery’ investment in an area not known for an abundance of fisheries but strategically as close to Australia as you can get, surely raises questions about the real agenda.

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Beijing’s beast fishing fleet has actually long considering that removed its own waters bare. Now it is strongly lurking China fishing fleet comes to Australia with proposed Torres Strait port | We Buy Bitcoins

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There are grave concerns over China’s true intentions in a plan to build a $204m fishery complex in an area where there is no commercial fishing just 200km away from mainland Australia.

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The new deal for the Daru fishing complex, officially classed as a ‘comprehensive multi-functional fishery industrial park’, will only further intensify trade tension between Australia and China …

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China, Australia and the big strategic questions over a Papua New Guinea fishing hub Beijing has signed an MOU with Port Moresby to build a seafood processing complex on an island about 200km from …

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The People’s Republic of China has the world’s largest DWF fleet, with Chinese interests operating almost 40 per cent of the world’s DWF vessels. China and Taiwan are also the states that are most exposed to IUU fishing and are doing the least to effectively combat it, according to the IUU Fishing Index.

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1.China’s fishing fleet heading for Australia amid trade war

Beijing’s monster fishing fleet has long since stripped its own waters bare. Now it is aggressively prowling the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans for a catch. And it is coming to Australia. It grabs as much as it can.

Published Date: 2020-12-19T22:15:00.0000000Z

2.China’s bold new fishing plan on Australia’s doorstep increases tensions

China’s about to build a major fishing port on Australia’s doorstep. But there’s no fish there to catch. So what’s it actually for?

Published Date: 2020-12-12T07:28:00.0000000Z

3.China’s ‘dark’ fishing fleets are plundering the world’s oceans

When a vast fishing armada appeared outside the Galapagos Marine Reserve in South America, the world was again reminded of China’s belligerent approach to fishing on the high seas.

Published Date: 2020-12-18T19:11:00.0000000Z

4.A bit fishy: Mystery surrounds China’s plan to build a $200million fishing complex off Australia

Why would a $200million fishing complex go into an area where there is … to Australian producers’ and a breach of current trade practices. Australian coal exports to China, worth $14billion a year and the third-biggest export, were officially …

Published Date: 2020-12-15T14:33:00.0000000Z

5.More than just fishing behind China’s $200m deal

China’s $200 million ‘fishery’ investment in an area not known for fish but strategically as close to Australia as you can get, will escalate the growing sense of threat that underlies the Australia-China relationship.

Published Date: 2020-12-11T05:14:00.0000000Z

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1  Australia has ‘finally had enough’ with China’s South China Sea posturing
After China clearly “stepped up its aggression” in the South China Sea during the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia has had enough of the communist regime’s posturing, says Sky News host Sharri Markson. “Australia has for a long time said that China and other countries should settle their disputes around the South China Sea in accordance …
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Wikipedia based search results

1.Fishing

Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing,…

2.Territorial disputes in the South China Sea

not regard as part of the South China Sea. Claimant states are interested in retaining or acquiring the rights to fishing stocks, the exploration and potential…

3.Dolomedes

genus of large spiders of the family Pisauridae. They are also known as fishing spiders, raft spiders, dock spiders or wharf spiders. Almost all Dolomedes…

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