China’s trade dispute with Australia deepens with timber ban
China has banned imports of timber from the Australian state of Victoria after customs authorities found pests in several shipments this year. Handys and supras could be affected, but this would depend on where substitute supplies are sourced from
Timber from Australia is the latest commodity to be hit by a series of bans and other trade barriers imposed by Beijing, including shipments of coal held up in customs in recent days, souring relations between the two countries
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