Not Backing Down
Michael Shoebridge, Director of Defence, Strategy and National Security, Australian Strategy Policy Institute
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There is more than 1 trade war happening with Australia joining in after Prime Minister Scott Morisson asked for an inquiry into the origins of Covid-19. This has led to China retaliating by raising tariffs on barley and blocking imports of beef. However, with China being a major export destination for Australian agriculture and commodities, what does this mean for their economy. Michael Shoebridge, Director of Defence, Strategy and National Security at the Australian Strategy Policy Institute weighs in on this.
Produced by: Arleen Webber
Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning
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Tags: Covid-19, pandemic, Australia, China, Scott Morisson, tariffs, barley, beef, import, export,