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In the wake of a multi-billion-dollar trade blow, the Chinese Communist Party newspaper warns Australia's "economy will only suffer further pain".In the wake of a multi-billion-dollar trade blow, the Chinese Communist Party newspaper warns Australia's "economy will only suffer further pain".

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Australia’s Trade Minister said reported threats from China that it will suspend the import of a number of local industries is “deeply troubling”.Australia’s Trade Minister said reported threats from China that it will suspend the import of a number of local industries is “deeply troubling”.

China threatens to suspend Australian imports

Why does China seem to be cracking down on Australian exports? And how could this affect the Australian economy? Why does China seem to be cracking down on Australian exports? And how could this affect the Australian economy? 

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Trade tensions are accelerating following reports that select Australian imports could be suspended from entering China as soon as Friday.Trade tensions are accelerating following reports that select Australian imports could be suspended from entering China as soon as Friday.

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Verbal instructions by Chinese authorities, to effectively impose a trade ban on a variety of Australian goods, are raising fresh concerns about Beijing’s trade regime transparency and true intentions.Verbal instructions by Chinese authorities, to effectively impose a trade ban on a variety of Australian goods, are raising fresh concerns about Beijing’s trade regime transparency and true intentions.

As diplomatic tensions worsen, China has warned Australia of a $6 billion block on a wide range of products.As diplomatic tensions worsen, China has warned Australia of a decision it "will come to regret".

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The relationship between Australia and its largest trading partner continues to steer towards the rocks.The relationship between Australia and its largest trading partner continues to steer towards the rocks.

China is threatening billion dollar suspensions on 7 major Australian exports from today, including lobster, wine and timber | Business Insider

Exporters are being urged to "spread their risk" in case China officially suspends imports of various Australian products. Chinese authorities are reportedly...Exporters are being urged to "spread their risk" in case China officially suspends imports of various Australian products. Chinese authorities are reportedly...

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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 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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Australia said on Friday it was closely monitoring exports to China amid "deeply troubling" reports that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian goods ranging from coal to wine, further souring diplomatic tensions. Australian media have reported that ChineseAustralia said on Friday it was closely monitoring exports to China amid "deeply troubling" reports that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian goods ranging from coal to wine, further souring diplomatic tensions. Australian media have reported that Chinese

Australia says China trade disruptions 'deeply troubling'

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says it’s “disappointing” that his Chinese counterpart refuses to engage, as trade tensions escalate. This comes after tonnes of Australian lobsters became stranded on the ground in China, placing them at risk of spoiling. The industry is worth $700 million per year. “From an Australian perspective, our door remains open to work with and talk to our Chinese counterparts,” Mr Birmingham said. “We want to engage in a manner that is respectful of one another, that advances our areas of mutual interests but also acknowledges the fact that, yes, we have points of difference, we have had for decades, we will have into the future, but it doesn’t mean that we can’t manage to advance the areas of mutual and beneficial interest to one another. “And now, in terms of contact from Chinese ministers or with Chinese ministers and Australian ministers, the ball is very much in China’s court. “The Australian government stands willing to have that type of mature, responsible dialogue and we would welcome that being reciprocated by our counterparts.” Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says it’s “disappointing” that his Chinese counterpart refuses to engage, as trade tensions escalate. This comes after tonnes of Australian lobsters became stranded on the ground in China, placing them at risk of spoiling. The industry is worth $700 million per year. “From an Australian perspective, our door remains open to work with and talk to our Chinese counterparts,” Mr Birmingham said. “We want to engage in a manner that is respectful of one another, that advances our areas of mutual interests but also acknowledges the fact that, yes, we have points of difference, we have had for decades, we will have into the future, but it doesn’t mean that we can’t manage to advance the areas of mutual and beneficial interest to one another. “And now, in terms of contact from Chinese ministers or with Chinese ministers and Australian ministers, the ball is very much in China’s court. “The Australian government stands willing to have that type of mature, responsible dialogue and we would welcome that being reciprocated by our counterparts.”

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Australia said on Friday it was closely monitoring exports to China amid "deeply troubling" reports that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian goods ranging from coal to wine, further souring diplomatic tensions.Australia said on Friday it was closely monitoring exports to China amid "deeply troubling" reports that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian goods ranging from coal to wine, further souring diplomatic tensions.

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China has ordered a halt to imports of coal, barley, copper ore and concentrate, sugar, timber, wine and lobsters, sources say.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Australia/NZ News -China has ordered a halt to imports of coal, barley, copper ore and concentrate, sugar, timber, wine and lobsters, sources say.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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CHINESE authorities have seized wine imported from Australia as tensions between the two countries drop to a new low.CHINESE authorities have seized wine imported from Australia as tensions between the two countries drop to a new low.

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China is imposing a sweeping ban on imports from Australia today in a sharp escalation of a diplomatic dispute.In what could be a serious blow to the Australian economy, as China accounts for almost aChina is imposing a sweeping ban on imports from Australia today in a sharp escalation of a diplomatic dispute.In what could be a serious blow to the Australian economy, as China accounts for almost a

Experts say the latest round of bans are part of China's strategy to use its economic might to extract political concessions from Australia.Experts say the latest round of bans are part of China's strategy to use its economic might to extract political concessions from Australia.

Ongoing agricultural trade tension between China and Australia to have 'significant economic effects' | Newshub

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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Not even a Biden administration can ignore China’s efforts to pressure US allies, let alone more direct efforts to counter American influence in the region.Not even a Biden administration can ignore China’s efforts to pressure US allies, let alone more direct efforts to counter American influence in the region.

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Not even a Biden administration can ignore China’s efforts to pressure US allies, let alone more direct efforts to counter American influence in the region.Not even a Biden administration can ignore China’s efforts to pressure US allies, let alone more direct efforts to counter American influence in the region.

America is deeply divided. And that sends the wrong message to China in the Indo-Pacific

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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SYDNEY, Nov 6 — Australia says it is closely monitoring trade flows to China amid “deeply troubling” reports from industry that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian produce from today. Australian and Chinese media have reported that Chinese importers...SYDNEY, Nov 6 — Australia says it is closely monitoring trade flows to China amid “deeply troubling” reports from industry that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian produce from today. Australian and Chinese media have reported that Chinese importers...

Australia says industry reports on China trade ‘deeply troubling’ | Money | Malay Mail

There are reports that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian goods from coal to lobstersThere are reports that Chinese buyers have been told not to purchase seven categories of Australian goods from coal to lobsters

Australia-China trade war escalates despite no ‘absolute order’