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China-Australia relations: traders eye spirits to ‘survive’ crippling disruptions in wine industry

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Relations between China and Australia have become fraught over the past year after Canberra pushed for an international probe into the origin of the coronavirus without diplomatic consultations beforehand, and Beijing has responded with a number of trade blocks on wine, barley, cotton, copper, coal, sugar and lobsters. We look at the issues in this series. For years, manning a booth at a beverages trade fair hosted by the marketing arm of Australia’s trade department – Austrade – meant one…

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Relations between China and Australia have become fraught over the past year after Canberra pushed for an international probe into the origin of the coronavirus without diplomatic consultations beforehand, and Beijing has responded with a number of trade blocks on wine, barley, cotton, copper, coal, sugar and lobsters. We look at the issues in this series. For years, manning a booth at a beverages trade fair hosted by the marketing arm of Australia’s trade department – Austrade – meant one…

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