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Why China’s beef with Australia is making US meat exporters happy – for now

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As Australian beef exports to China wither amid diplomatic tensions, demand for US grain-fed beef has soared, fuelled by the appetites of a growing Chinese middle class.Hotpot restaurants, Japanese barbecue chains and steakhouses – all expanding in the world’s No 2 economy – are swapping out for US beef, with several Australian suppliers banned since last year and shipments from others taking too long to clear customs.Beef imports from the US have grown to 83,000 tonnes in the first eight…

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As Australian beef exports to China wither amid diplomatic tensions, demand for US grain-fed beef has soared, fuelled by the appetites of a growing Chinese middle class.Hotpot restaurants, Japanese barbecue chains and steakhouses – all expanding in the world’s No 2 economy – are swapping out for US beef, with several Australian suppliers banned since last year and shipments from others taking too long to clear customs.Beef imports from the US have grown to 83,000 tonnes in the first eight…
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