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China needs a counter plan to diversify imports from Australia given Canberra's escalating confrontation with its biggest trade partner, including plans to spend 270 billion Australian dollars over the next decade to upgrade defense, which may lead the country to surge deficits and "economic carnage," the Global Times said. The government-owned tabloid cited a media report that China ordered two importers not to buy Australian liquified natural gas next year. Without endorsing the report's authenticity, the newspaper said China may nonetheless seek diversification of its LNG imports.