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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

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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China's President has told thousands of exporters that Beijing does not want to hurt other economies as state media reports a ban on seven key Australian products is imminent. China's President has told thousands of exporters that Beijing does not want to hurt other economies as state media reports a ban on seven key Australian products is imminent. 

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.

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Sky News host Paul Murray says if Donald Trump loses the presidency, China is going to come for Australia. His comment comes regarding recent news China has placed an import ban on Australian exports. “China is going to come after us as an example of what happens if you displease them, of what happens if you demand the accountability you demand for every other nation,” Mr Murray said. “Australia demanded that we must know what China knew about a pandemic in their own country. “We must know, why they decided to cut off domestic flights from Wuhan, but why domestic flights going across the world, were able to continue for another week. “A million people have now died because of the plague that got out of control in China. “But Australia is being punished because we want that accountability. “China, as the totalitarian state that it is, reacts to accountability… as if you had said the most insulting thing about a leaders’ mothers. “They turn off the tap to punish you. “China today have put their foot down and now seek to punish Australia. “China wishes to treat Australia as the rogue state, the example they would send to Biden’s America, Johnson’s UK.” Sky News host Paul Murray says if Donald Trump loses the presidency, China is going to come for Australia. His comment comes regarding recent news China has placed an import ban on Australian exports. “China is going to come after us as an example of what happens if you displease them, of what happens if you demand the accountability you demand for every other nation,” Mr Murray said. “Australia demanded that we must know what China knew about a pandemic in their own country. “We must know, why they decided to cut off domestic flights from Wuhan, but why domestic flights going across the world, were able to continue for another week. “A million people have now died because of the plague that got out of control in China. “But Australia is being punished because we want that accountability. “China, as the totalitarian state that it is, reacts to accountability… as if you had said the most insulting thing about a leaders’ mothers. “They turn off the tap to punish you. “China today have put their foot down and now seek to punish Australia. “China wishes to treat Australia as the rogue state, the example they would send to Biden’s America, Johnson’s UK.”

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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China is to impose a sweeping ban on imports from Australia tomorrow in a sharp escalation of a diplomatic dispute between the countries.In a potential hammer blow to the Australian economy, as ChinaChina is to impose a sweeping ban on imports from Australia tomorrow in a sharp escalation of a diplomatic dispute between the countries.In a potential hammer blow to the Australian economy, as China

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

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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,...

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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.