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China’s restrictions on Australian beef, barley seen as retaliation for support of coronavirus investigation

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]In the space of a few days, China has dealt heavy blows to both Australian barley and beef industries, raising suspicions that Beijing is using trade to punish Canberra for lending support to the international call to investigate the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.The restrictions on Australian beef and barley may also pave the way for China to increase imports of the two agriculture products from the United States, helping it meet its purchase obligations under the phase one trade deal…

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In the space of a few days, China has dealt heavy blows to both Australian barley and beef industries, raising suspicions that Beijing is using trade to punish Canberra for lending support to the international call to investigate the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.The restrictions on Australian beef and barley may also pave the way for China to increase imports of the two agriculture products from the United States, helping it meet its purchase obligations under the phase one trade deal…

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