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Australian Exporters Could be ‘Back On The Radar’ In China as Tensions Ease

Over the past couple of years Australia and China’s relationship has been strained with China announcing tariffs and sanctions on barley, beef, lamb, wine, cotton, lobsters, coal and timber. In 2020, The Chinese Ambassador suggested that Australia’s push for independent investigation into the origins of COVID-19 was what led to Chinese consumers turning away from […]

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China’s Lockdowns Cause Worldwide Shipping Delays

Covid lockdowns in China have wreaked havoc at Shanghai, the world’s biggest container port, and are now causing shipping delays at other major ports around the world. Some Chinese cities, including Shanghai, have started easing Covid restrictions in recent days, but experts say that the damage has already been done, and global shipping will suffer in the coming months. That

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Shipping Industry Braces as China Experiences their Worst Covid Outbreak in a Year

Shipping will need to start to make contingency plans if cases of Covid-19 continue to escalate in China, one of the world’s most important nations for shipping movements. The delta variant has broken through the country’s virus defences, which are some of the strictest in the world, and reached nearly half of China’s 32 provinces

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