Australia Keen for Singapore Travel Lane, Minister Says
Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Dan Tehan discusses government policy on climate, diplomacy and trade. Australia, one of the world's largest per capita polluters, eventually agreed to a plan to reduce its carbon emissions to zero by 2050, but failed to make a commitment to tougher short-term goals demanded by climate activists. Tehan also speaks about bilateral relations with China and Australia's plans to further open its borders amid the Covid-19 pandemic. He speaks to Juliette Saly about "Bloomberg Markets: Asia".
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