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Australia's largest ever private trade delegation is due to arrive in China Sunday, just over a week after 18 employees from Australian gaming giant Crown Resorts Ltd were detained there for alleged gambling crimes.More than 200 delegates, including Queensland state ministers, agricultural producers and exporters will be on the visit to Shanghai aimed at building on the A$160 billion ($120 billion) trade relationship between Australia and China.Among the high profile members of the "AccessChina" delegation are Qantas Airways Ltd and both National Australia Bank and Australia and New Zealand Bank's agribusiness units.
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