The value of Australian wheat exports to China rose to over A$560 million (US$394 million) in the year to June, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Photo: Reuters
The value of Australian wheat exports to China rose to over A$560 million (US$394 million) in the year to June, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Photo: Reuters

China-Australia relations: ban on US$400 million Australian wheat imports looms

  • Wheat exports from Australia are expected to join a list that already contains barley, sugar, red wine, timber, coal, lobster, copper ore and copper concentrates
  • The escalation in tensions between China and Australia started after Canberra pushed for an international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus in April

The value of Australian wheat exports to China rose to over A$560 million (US$394 million) in the year to June, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Photo: Reuters
The value of Australian wheat exports to China rose to over A$560 million (US$394 million) in the year to June, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Photo: Reuters
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