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

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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