1. Chinese government uses state media to confirm export suspensions as trade stoush continues  ABC News
  2. D-Day for China trade ban fears  NEWS.com.au
  3. Treasury Wine plans for 'severe' China tariffs as tension escalates  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. China's bullying of Australia is bound to backfire  Nikkei Asian Review
  5. Australian exporters scramble as fears of more China trade bans grow  The Guardian
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China's government has used its own media to confirm suspensions on seven types of Australian exports including wine and coal, in a multi-billion-dollar blow.China's government has used its own media to confirm suspensions on seven types of Australian exports including wine and coal, in a multi-billion-dollar blow.

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Scott Morrison has responded to fears China could slap a wide-ranging trade ban on Australian products. Scott Morrison has responded to fears China could slap a wide-ranging trade ban on Australian products.

China-Australia trade ban: Scott Morrison responds to industry fears

Treasury Wine Estates chairman Paul Rayner says the wine giant is committed to China for the long term even as the country is investigating Australian wine imports and trade tensions are rising.Treasury Wine Estates chairman Paul Rayner says the wine giant is committed to China for the long term even as the country is investigating Australian wine imports and trade tensions are rising.

Australian wine exporters have reportedly suspended shipments amid fears officials in Beijing are about to bar a range of goodsAustralian wine exporters have reportedly suspended shipments amid fears officials in Beijing are about to bar a range of goods

Australian exporters scramble as fears of more China trade bans grow | China | The Guardian

William Pesek is an award-winning Tokyo-based journalist and author of "Japanization: What the World Can Learn from Japan's Lost Decades."Donald TrumpWorld watches intently as Scott Morrison goes mano-a-mano with Xi Jinping

China's bullying of Australia is bound to backfire - Nikkei Asia

If Beijing wants a divorce then let's give it a doozy - MacroBusiness

CEO Tim Ford says the group will just have to 'deal with the cards that are dealt to us' on China tariffs, but a Penfolds demerger is on ice.CEO Tim Ford says the group will just have to 'deal with the cards that are dealt to us' on China tariffs, but a Penfolds demerger is on ice.

Australian Financial Review

Reports are that wheat, sugar, lobsters, copper and timber are next on China’s hit list.Reports are that wheat, sugar, lobsters, copper and timber are next on China’s hit list.

TRADE WAR: Australia braces for new China trade strikes

Prime Minister Scott Morrison insists he takes China's denials of trade strikes against Australian exports at face value. China is increasingly targeting mult...Prime Minister Scott Morrison insists he takes China's denials of trade strikes against Australian exports at face value. China is increasingly targeting mult...

PM takes China trade denials at face value | Whyalla News | Whyalla, SA

The unilateral restrictions are intended to demonstrate to other nations the costs of challenging China’s interests.The unilateral restrictions are intended to demonstrate to other nations the costs of challenging China’s interests.

China Announces Sweeping Bans on Australian Imports – The Diplomat

NoCookies | The Australian

The Treasury Wine Estates Ltd (ASX TWE) share price has dropped 5.77% lower following its Q1 trading update. Here's the run down.The Treasury Wine Estates Ltd (ASX TWE) share price has dropped 5.77% lower following its Q1 trading update. Here's the run down.

The Treasury Wines (ASX:TWE) share price tumbles lower. Here's why. // Motley Fool Australia

Chinese customs have seized imports ordered by more than dozen wine exhibitors to showcase at the regional fair as trade war tensions escalate.Chinese customs have seized imports ordered by more than dozen wine exhibitors to showcase at the regional fair as trade war tensions escalate.

China trade war: Australian wine for Shanghai trade show stopped at the border | Daily Mail Online

SYDNEY/BEIJING • Australia's Trade Minister yesterday called for greater clarity from China over reports that an embargo could hit a slew of industries by the end of the week and further escalate tensions between the two countries.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Australia/NZ News -SYDNEY/BEIJING • Australia's Trade Minister yesterday called for greater clarity from China over reports that an embargo could hit a slew of industries by the end of the week and

Australia calls for clarity from China over embargo reports, Australia/NZ News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The drop could be hailed as a win for President Donald Trump who made an aggressive trade strategy with China a hallmark of his first term in office.Total US exports in September rose to $176.4 billion, and though imports also rose, to $240.2 billion, the increase was minimalThe drop could be hailed as a win for President Donald Trump who made an aggressive trade strategy with China a hallmark of his first term in office.Total US exports in September rose to $176.4 billion, and though imports also rose, to $240.2 billion, the increase was minimal

US export jump narrows Sept trade gap to $63.9 billion: Govt

Several Chinese importers have told Australian exporters that cotton, wool, barley, sugar and copper would not clear customs at several ports after Friday, totaling $6 billion in key Australian exports.Trade between China and Australia is at a freezing point, with Beijing this week holding up a large shipment of Australian seafood, wine and timber imports, reports ABC News.Additionally, several Chinese importers have told Australian exporters that cotton, wool, barley,...

Trade Between China, Australia at Freezing Point, With Ban Coming Friday | Newsmax.com

Treasury Wine Estates chairman Paul Rayner says the wine giant is committed to China for the long term even as the country is investigating Australian wine imports and trade tensions are rising.Treasury Wine Estates chairman Paul Rayner says the wine giant is committed to China for the long term even as the country is investigating Australian wine imports and trade tensions are rising.