Beijing’s trade spat with Australia could make beer pricier in China

//Beijing’s trade spat with Australia could make beer pricier in China

Beijing’s trade spat with Australia could make beer pricier in China

Chinese imports of Australian barley are continuing to filter through despite Beijing’s hefty tariffs on shipments, a move that could push up beer prices in the world’s largest consumer of the drink.A cargo of Australian barley has docked at a Dalian port and is set to be unloaded, according to shipping data compiled by Bloomberg, the first such delivery after China imposed a more-than 80 per cent anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariff on the product.At least three more vessels carrying the…

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