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Australian exporters to China face $6 billion ‘D-Day’ – Sydney Morning Herald

China is banning Australian wine, copper, barley, coal, sugar, timber and lobster exports from Friday, an unconfirmed customs official notice says.

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“Theres a very consistent message coming out, which is that Friday is D-day, and its not just about wine its about a whole lot of products,” he said.
The message that were hearing is that as of Friday product will not be cleared through customs. So any product arriving before will be okay, but if it arrives after Friday then you wont be cleared, and essentially the border will be stopped.”
The November 6 deadline, if enforced, will be a major escalation in Australia’s trade dispute with China. More…

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