[unable to retrieve full-text content]An Australian native working for a brewery in Shanghai has found himself in the middle of the developing trade dispute between China and Australia, although he is not yet hitting the panic button about the potential Chinese tariffs on barley imports.China said at the weekend that it is likely to impose a tariff of just over 80 per cent on Australia’s barley imports due to anti-dumping allegations.It then doubled down by suspending beef imports from four major Australian meat processing plants…
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