Given that Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and are heavily reliant on China, a researcher said “a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry”. Photo: Shutterstock Given that Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and are heavily reliant on China, a researcher said “a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry”. Photo: Shutterstock
Given that Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and are heavily reliant on China, a researcher said “a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry”. Photo: Shutterstock

China-Australia relations: could wool, honey, fruit, dairy or pharmaceutical products be next in the crosshairs?

  • Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and ‘a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry’
  • A new analysis by research house IBISWorld also shows that a raft of products could be targeted by Beijing due to their reliance on the Chinese market for export sales

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Given that Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and are heavily reliant on China, a researcher said “a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry”. Photo: Shutterstock Given that Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and are heavily reliant on China, a researcher said “a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry”. Photo: Shutterstock
Given that Australian wool exporters have limited alternative markets, and are heavily reliant on China, a researcher said “a substantive barrier would cripple the Australian industry”. Photo: Shutterstock
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