How a blow to Australian wine shows tensions with China

Wine is just the latest Australian export this year to be collateral damage in the wider political battle. Since May, a string of goods – barley, beef, copper, sugar, lobsters, timber, coal – have been halted or otherwise sanctioned by China’s Ministry of Commerce.

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