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Australia concerned about Rio Tinto espionage trial in China

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He'll probably be shot out the back of the court house. Chinese justice.

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You mean like from a cannon?

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All the way back to Australia

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Typical of the Chinese government. They don't get their own way so they pitch a hissy fit. Guess they learned it from NK?

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not a goof idea for chinese to piss off australians considering how badly chinese need australia to supply them with iron ore. I think that they just shooting themselves in the foot.

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All the way back to Australia

All the way back to the country he was born in, which is China.

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Elephunk at 09:32 PM JST - 18th March “not a goof idea for chinese to piss off australians considering how badly chinese need australia to supply them with iron ore. I think that they just shooting themselves in the foot.”

When it comes to making money Australia will turn its back on this Chinese “immigrant” (even if he’s Australia born). They will also very likely lower prices to China too, even if they have to hide the reductions in some way.

Money makes the world go around, world go around…….I think you all know the words so let’s all sing along.

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What you mean they're worried these guys won't get a fair trial in China? What's to worry about China is such a transparent democratic society. Oh wait that wasn't China it was somewhere else. This is all about trying to extort something from Rio Tinto, that's how China works.

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