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China-Australia relations: looming ban on Australian goods clouds Shanghai import expo

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s informal ban on at least seven Australian products, set to take effect on Friday, is casting a pall over an import expo in Shanghai where the central government is trying to project an image of promoting free trade and goodwill.While Beijing has yet to formally confirm that imports of Australian wine, copper, barley, coal, sugar, timber and lobster will be subject to increased restrictions from Friday, the state-run Global Times acknowledged the “import suspension” in an article on…

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China’s informal ban on at least seven Australian products, set to take effect on Friday, is casting a pall over an import expo in Shanghai where the central government is trying to project an image of promoting free trade and goodwill.While Beijing has yet to formally confirm that imports of Australian wine, copper, barley, coal, sugar, timber and lobster will be subject to increased restrictions from Friday, the state-run Global Times acknowledged the “import suspension” in an article on…

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