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China-Australia relations: on first anniversary of trade conflict, hay-import licences bedevil Australian exporters

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Two months after their expiration, Chinese import permits for hay from 25 Australian businesses have not been renewed, as the political and trade conflict between the two major trading partners crosses the one-year milestone.China’s General Administration of Customs did not respond to requests for comment, and the Ministry of Commerce said it was not aware of the situation. Munro Patchett, general manager of Gilmac, Australia’s largest hay exporter, said the 25 facilities were in communication…

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Two months after their expiration, Chinese import permits for hay from 25 Australian businesses have not been renewed, as the political and trade conflict between the two major trading partners crosses the one-year milestone.China’s General Administration of Customs did not respond to requests for comment, and the Ministry of Commerce said it was not aware of the situation. Munro Patchett, general manager of Gilmac, Australia’s largest hay exporter, said the 25 facilities were in communication…

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