Opinion: Australia’s rejection of Chinese company’s deal with the nation’s energy grid for far-fetched security reasons fails to see the bigger picture
Building a back door into the systems controlling Australia's energy grid would be very unlikely and extraordinarily risky to the commercial prospects of the State Grid Corporation of China, and Australia needs access to China's advances in the delivery of power over long distances, write Hans Hendrischke and Wei Li.
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