One year ago, Beijing and Canberra kicked off a war of words that has seen a number of Australian products banned or detained by China. Photo: Getty Images One year ago, Beijing and Canberra kicked off a war of words that has seen a number of Australian products banned or detained by China. Photo: Getty Images
One year ago, Beijing and Canberra kicked off a war of words that has seen a number of Australian products banned or detained by China. Photo: Getty Images

China-Australia relations: on first anniversary of trade conflict, hay-import licences bedevil Australian exporters

  • China’s import permits for 25 Australian hay exporters have not been renewed two months after their expiration
  • Hay-licence problems are just the latest in a series of trade difficulties resulting from the war of words that erupted one year ago between Canberra and Beijing over the coronavirus origin

Topic |   China-Australia relations
One year ago, Beijing and Canberra kicked off a war of words that has seen a number of Australian products banned or detained by China. Photo: Getty Images One year ago, Beijing and Canberra kicked off a war of words that has seen a number of Australian products banned or detained by China. Photo: Getty Images
One year ago, Beijing and Canberra kicked off a war of words that has seen a number of Australian products banned or detained by China. Photo: Getty Images
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