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China-Australia relations: what has happened over the last six months?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]What is happening between China and Australia?China is Australia’s most important and biggest trading partner, but after Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison led calls for a coronavirus inquiry, Beijing has made trade moves against Australian barley, beef, wine, cotton and coal.While many have questioned the political motives for the moves, so far, each of the actions arose out of a legitimate trade breach. China’s imposition of duties on Australia barley, for example, was a result of an 18…

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What is happening between China and Australia?China is Australia’s most important and biggest trading partner, but after Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison led calls for a coronavirus inquiry, Beijing has made trade moves against Australian barley, beef, wine, cotton and coal.While many have questioned the political motives for the moves, so far, each of the actions arose out of a legitimate trade breach. China’s imposition of duties on Australia barley, for example, was a result of an 18…

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