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China-Australia cattle trade continues despite tensions

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s allowed 3,600 cattle to enter from Australia last week, a sign that heightened tensions between the two countries have not hindered all areas of trade.Beijing has unleashed a raft of actions against Australian exports following Canberra’s push for an independent inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus outbreak.Australia’s cotton industry last week feared it may become the latest casualty of worsening ties after barley was hit by tariffs and wine was subjected to anti-subsidy and…

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China’s allowed 3,600 cattle to enter from Australia last week, a sign that heightened tensions between the two countries have not hindered all areas of trade.Beijing has unleashed a raft of actions against Australian exports following Canberra’s push for an independent inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus outbreak.Australia’s cotton industry last week feared it may become the latest casualty of worsening ties after barley was hit by tariffs and wine was subjected to anti-subsidy and…

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