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Why China believed it had a case to hit Australian barley with tariffs

Tax on Australian barley expected to hurt the A$600 million export market.

China might well refuse to take our barley, and there would be little we could do

OPINION: China will remain an irreplaceable Australian customer meaning it would be neither possible nor wise for Austra...

Australian wine hit by Coronavirus and trade wars

Wine businesses advised to create new marketing and sales strategies to overcome the slowdown in export markets.

US to impose tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of EU goods

Irish whisky, Spanish wine and French cheese among European goods subject to 25 per cent tariffs.

Planned trade deal with Europe could keep medicine prices too high

Extending pharmaceutical monopolies would substantially increase costs for taxpayers.

Trade minister tries to smooth China ties

Treasury Wine has said it was facing delays getting some products through Chinese customs.

Australia “caught in the middle” of trade war between US and China

“The Australian agricultural sector is likely to be one of the largest winners."

Australia, China agree on two-way fruit trade

Aussie apples and blueberries off to China.

Bellamy’s shares plunge as trade resumes

Infant formula maker enter into arrangements with the underwriters.

How many people can Australia feed?

The country supplies a wide variety of fresh food.

Australian agricultural exports demand soar in UAE

Market targets 17.7% growth over the next five years.

Aussie farmers optimistic in 2017

Growers stay positive despite the summer heat.

Aussie farmers benefit from Asian Free Trade agreements

Veggie growers are the winners of free trade agreements.