Australia’s timber faces a long-term deadlock due to the freezing of Chinese imports

Australia’s timber faces a long-term deadlock due to the freezing of Chinese imports
    Australia is preparing to completely interrupt its annual timber trade with China after Beijing Customs' request to resume log exports is ignored, with a market value of 1.6 billion Australian dollars (1.23 billion US dollars).    Since the end of last year, Australia-China trade of 4 million tons of logs has basically been suspended. Previously, Beijing, China stated that pests were found in cargo from several Australian ports. However, wood chips continue to be exported to China.    Australia’s timber and coal, barley, seafood and wine ...

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