Chinese mills told to stop buying Australian cotton: reports

Chinese cotton mills have been told to stop using Australian exports, local media reported Friday, in another sign of deteriorating relations between the two nations.Unnamed government sources told Australian media outlets that tariffs up to 40 percent could be imposed on Australian cotton exports to China which, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corp., “could make the trade with China unviable.”Diplomatic relations between Australia and China have grown increasingly tense following Canberra’s proposal for an independent investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.Concern…

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