The proposed takeover of Australia's largest gas network by a Hong Kong-based firm has sparked security concerns and led to renewed debate about allowing investment from Chinese companies in potentially sensitive assets.
In a move that could further inflame tensions with Beijing, some Australian MPs and security experts have urged Canberra to block the A$13-billion (S$12.8-billion) takeover of APA Group by Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Infrastructure (CKI) Holdings .
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