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India has taken some of the coal rejected by China but the devastating Covid-19 outbreak on the subcontinent might curb its appetite for the Australian export
Change could be a boon for ‘cruelty free’ and vegan skincare companies eyeing China’s $65 billion beauty market
The move comes in the wake of the tariffs as high as 212% that the Chinese government imposed on Australian wine producers late last year
Cereal exports also declined by 77% and meat exports fell by 41%
China remained the industry’s biggest market in 2020, but exports plunged after the levy of up to 212% was imposed in December
Biden has signalled little to ease the diplomatic tension, meaning it is unlikely a lot of U.S. gas will head in that direction
State-owned company fends off last-minute challenge from an Emirati-Russian competitor to secure a 50% stake in Perth-based Cardinal Resources
Country is refusing to accept mutton from two companies after they were closed for short periods due to Covid-19 outbreaks
The dispute over the rights to a billion tons of ore will come to a head in a trial down under starting Monday
Trials in Wales will look to get a neutral 5G platform that can interchangeably use different companies’ equipment up and running next year
Chinese notice suggests winemakers face tariffs of between 107.1% and 212.1%.
Some in the industry have blamed political tensions for declining shipments, but New Hope indicates volume limits may be reason
Until now, gas has appeared to escape any impact of the worsening crisis, which has so far affected trade in coal, wine, barley and other commodities
Democratic candidate supports developing domestic supply chain to reduce reliance on China
Two sides eager to get hold of Cardinal’s promising project in northeast Ghana