MNI BRIEF: China Wants Prompt Trade Resolution With Australia
An end to antidumping duties on Australian barley shows a way forward to improving trade relations, a Chinese spokesperson says.
China is willing to work with Australia to promptly resolve remaining trade disputes, Ministry of Commerce spokesperson He Yadong told a press conference on Thursday, adding that China's recent announcement that it would no longer impose antidumping duties on Australian barley can be a basis for further cooperation. (See MNI BRIEF: China Lifts Duties On Australian Barley - Bonds & Currency News | Market News
South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas recently told MNI China is likely to drop all remaining trade restrictions on Australian imports following Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s formal visit later this year. (See MNI: China To Normalise Australia Trade After PM Trip -SA Govt - Bonds & Currency News | Market News)