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China import data reveals tainted Australian oats, almonds blocked last year as trade war fears grow

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Exports of Australian oats and oatmeal, milk powder and almonds ran into import compliance trouble at Chinese ports last year alongside beef shipments, customs data shows, as concern grows that Beijing may expand restrictions on Australian goods.Chinese commerce minister Zhong Shan on Monday reiterated that Beijing’s investigation into the dumping of Australian barley was thorough and complied with the terms of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA).Beijing slapped a 80.5 per cent…

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Exports of Australian oats and oatmeal, milk powder and almonds ran into import compliance trouble at Chinese ports last year alongside beef shipments, customs data shows, as concern grows that Beijing may expand restrictions on Australian goods.Chinese commerce minister Zhong Shan on Monday reiterated that Beijing’s investigation into the dumping of Australian barley was thorough and complied with the terms of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA).Beijing slapped a 80.5 per cent…

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