Managing Chinese economic risks means more than diversification

Mercury Principal, Heath Baker, writes in the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter that Australia must continue to trade with China. But with bilateral relations at a historic low, the impact of Chinese economic coercion will fall squarely on Australian businesses.

Businesses need to know about economic coercion when it’s attempted and have a clear understanding of the other the risks of trading with China, from trade disruption to cyber targeting to arbitrary detention.

You can read the article at

Published by Heath Baker

Principal of Mercury International Consulting

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