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China’s US barley, blueberry move focused on trade war deal, unrelated to coronavirus backlash against Australia

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s moves to permit further agricultural imports from the United States are viewed as being a step towards meeting the nation’s phase one trade deal commitments, although their role in the ongoing saga with Australian barley and beef exports remains unclear, analysts said.China on Thursday said it would immediately allow imports of barley and fresh blueberries from the US, according to notices posted on China’s customs website, just days after it announced plans to impose a tariff on the…

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China’s moves to permit further agricultural imports from the United States are viewed as being a step towards meeting the nation’s phase one trade deal commitments, although their role in the ongoing saga with Australian barley and beef exports remains unclear, analysts said.China on Thursday said it would immediately allow imports of barley and fresh blueberries from the US, according to notices posted on China’s customs website, just days after it announced plans to impose a tariff on the…

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