Chinese influence and ownership growing in Australia: Lambert

October 30, 2018

The Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert has repeated his call for the federal government to establish a register of foreign ownership of Australian water rights, with serious concern growing about Chinese Communist government ownership and influence here.

Chinese company Shan­dong Ruyi, has a controlling stake in the $240 million Cubbie Station cotton farm in southwest Queensland which in turn gives it control over the station's water rights.

Last month, the government refused a formal request from Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi for it to establish a royal commission into Chinese influence in Australia.

Mr Lambert has told ABC radio the concern it's not solely about water ownership in Australia.

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