Australian beef exporters turned to markets in the US and South Korea after China placed a ban on four Australian abattoirs. Photo: Bloomberg Australian beef exporters turned to markets in the US and South Korea after China placed a ban on four Australian abattoirs. Photo: Bloomberg
Australian beef exporters turned to markets in the US and South Korea after China placed a ban on four Australian abattoirs. Photo: Bloomberg
China economy

Australia beef exports ‘rescued’ after China ban by demand from US, South Korea

  • Australian beef exporters in May capitalised on supply shortages in the US and South Korea due to coronavirus disruptions
  • But with US production coming back online in June, new markets for Australian beef may not last

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Australian beef exporters turned to markets in the US and South Korea after China placed a ban on four Australian abattoirs. Photo: Bloomberg Australian beef exporters turned to markets in the US and South Korea after China placed a ban on four Australian abattoirs. Photo: Bloomberg
Australian beef exporters turned to markets in the US and South Korea after China placed a ban on four Australian abattoirs. Photo: Bloomberg
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