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China threatens Australia with tariffs of 80% as relationship sours

China has given Australian producers 10 days to respond before the country imposes crippling tariffs on the country’s barley producers. China has also separately suspended beef imports from four Australian abattoirs.  China alleges that the Australian barley industry is propped up by illegal state supports, that an investigation by its Minister of Commerce found this to be true, and that it now needs to impose the tariffs to protect its […]

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