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
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

Topic |   China-Australia relations
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
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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