InDaily InDaily

Support independent Journalism Donate Subscribe
Support independent journalism

tariffs

Get InDaily in your inbox. Daily. The best local news sent straight to your inbox every workday at lunchtime.

Thanks for signing up to the InDaily newsletter.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
TWE has posted a $250 million profit in a year dogged by huge tariffs on its wines in China. Photo: Treasury Wine Estates
News

Minister frustrated that China won't pick up phone as trade bans grow

Australia’s Trade Minister says it’s “deeply frustrating” that China refuses to discuss its “unacceptable” targeting of Australian exports, with lamb joining wine, beef, coal, barley and timber on the unofficial hit list and wheat and cotton producers bracing as the trade dispute worsens.

Opinion

The economic cost of China's dumping on Australian exports

Wine, coal, barley, lobsters and timber have been targeted in recent months, but it’s iron ore exports to China that should be the main concern for Australia’s economy. And that should prompt a focus on alternatives to underpin future prosperity, argue Rod Tyers and Yixiao Zhou.