Australian Globalists’ have been strongly supporting China, as the pre-eminent Global supply chain. The basis of their economics is that it is simply capital seeking out the most efficient market in the world. But then the lethal Wuhan virus came along.
Since the outbreak of the Wuhan virus, we have all had a chance to see close up the Chinese manufacturing supply chain at work. And it does not paint a pretty picture of efficient, productive, or even decent quality product standards.
Take Europe for example the list of faulty medical products imported from the Communist China supply chain has been low standard to say the least. A few days ago the Dutch government has asked hospitals to give back around 600,000 facemasks it imported from China. The masks were failing to stop coronavirus particles passing through.
Look at Spain which is in critical need of reliable medical supplies. Their government has withdrawn 58,000 Chinese-made coronavirus testing kits from use after it emerged that they had an accurate detection rate of just 30%. This is extremely unscrupulous trading behaviour by the Chinese Communist Party and their manufacturers. Exporting faulty medical products at a time when the Wuhan virus is causing wide scale human deaths and infections. To date Spain has had 141,942 infections and 14,045 deaths.
In Australia, imports from China have also been sub standard. It is estimated the Australia Border Force has already seized 800,000 faulty Chinese facemasks with a combined value of more than $1.2 million on the Australian market.
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 Sam Jones, ‘Coronavirus Test Kits Withdrawn in Spain over Poor Accuracy Rate’, The Guardian, 27 March 2020, section World news <https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/27/coronavirus-test-kits-withdrawn-spain-poor-accuracy-rate> [accessed 6 April 2020].
 Andrew Greene, ‘“Dodgy” Coronavirus Protective Equipment from China Seized at Australian Border’, ABC News, 2020 <https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-04-01/coronavirus-chinese-ppe-border-force-intercepted/12085908> [accessed 6 April 2020].