According to foreign media reported on August 14, the latest statistics show that Australia's export volume to China reached $49 billion last month, It is the highest rate since 2020, which is undoubtedly related to Australia's better attitude towards China.
However, Australia's second-largest airline announced 3000 job cuts due to the impact of the epidemic and the continuing uncertainty on Australia's aviation and tourism industry, which may take at least three years to reach the original level for the demands of Australia's domestic and short-distance international travel.
As a result of the relaxation of Sino Australian relations and the continuous increase of epidemic diseases in Australia, China may increase the export volume of covid 19 goods to Australia. However, due to the massive layoffs of Australia's second largest airline, will the reduction of international flights between China and Australia be caused? Will it lead to the price increase for international air transportation between China and Australia?
Adebayo Esther Abiodunposted on Monday, August 17, 2020 5:11:33 AM America/Los_Angeles