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China-Australia relations: barley farmers begin harvest under cloud of Beijing’s tariffs

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Australia typically accounts for up to 40 per cent of the world’s malting barley trade, used in beer production, and 20 per cent of feed barley. Well over half its total exports, around 6 million tonnes in a good year, go to China, the world’s biggest beer maker. Photo: Bloomberg

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China-Australia relations: barley farmers begin harvest under cloud of Beijing’s tariffsAustralia typically accounts for up to 40 per cent of the world’s malting barley trade, used in beer production, and 20 per cent of feed barley. Well over half its total exports, around 6 million tonnes in a good year, go to China, the world’s biggest beer maker. Photo: Bloomberg

Australia typically accounts for up to 40 per cent of the world’s malting barley trade, used in beer production, and 20 per cent of feed barley. Well over half its total exports, around 6 million tonnes in a good year, go to China, the world’s biggest beer maker. Photo: Bloomberg

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