Australia: Log exports to China remain suspended with no end in sight to trade dispute

Australia: Log exports to China remain suspended with no end in sight to trade dispute
    Australia's forestry sector claims there are no signs of any movement by Chinese officials to end the ongoing log trade deadlock.    China suspended imports of all timber logs late last year amid escalating trade tensions.    While Australian logs are still being exported to some countries from deep-sea ports, the multi-million-dollar log trade to China remains suspended.    Australian Forest Products Association chief executive Ross Hampton said there had been "no movement" since China banned imports of round logs from Australia.  ...

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