With the iron ore trade likely to continue as a major driver for economic growth in China and Australia, the two countries might be stuck with each other for the foreseeable future. Diplomatic ties between the two could only deteriorate so much when they were still linked by iron ore, Heiwai Tang, associate director of Asia Global Institute, tells CNN Business.
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