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Canberra seeks WTO mediation over Beijing's barley tariffs | Money Talks

Australia is asking the World Trade Organization to review Chinese tariffs on barley. The crop is used to make beer and feed livestock. And under normal conditions, Australia earns about a billion dollars a year selling it to China. But this year, relations between China and Australia are anything but normal. Canberra's latest move against Beijing threatens to worsen already-strained relations with its biggest trading partner. Paolo Montecillo reports. For more, we spoke to Paul Frighters in London. He's a professor of well-being economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. #WorldTradeOrganization #BarleyTariffs #ChinaSanctions

MPs voice support for Australia against China's ‘authoritarian bullying’

MPs voice support for Australia against China's ‘authoritarian bullying’

Chinese exporters squeezed by US tariffs | Money Talks

Chinese exporters squeezed by US tariffs | Money Talks

Climate Change on the Australian Campaign Trail

Climate Change on the Australian Campaign Trail

WTO approves US tariffs on $7.5B of EU goods | Money Talks

WTO approves US tariffs on $7.5B of EU goods | Money Talks

Kersti Kaljulaid | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Kersti Kaljulaid | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Africa Matters: NGO fighting HIV stigma

Africa Matters: NGO fighting HIV stigma

Africa Matters: The Gambia roiled by cough syrup deaths

Africa Matters: The Gambia roiled by cough syrup deaths

Thousands of Ukrainian families are waiting for prisoner swaps

Thousands of Ukrainian families are waiting for prisoner swaps

Africa Matters: Mozambique Corruption Trial

Africa Matters: Mozambique Corruption Trial

Beyond Borders: the shockwaves felt by Italy’s seismic shift to the right

Beyond Borders: the shockwaves felt by Italy’s seismic shift to the right

Yusuf / Cat Stevens | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Yusuf / Cat Stevens | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Africa Matters: Nigeria plans to take skin off the menu

Africa Matters: Nigeria plans to take skin off the menu

Africa Matters: Ramaphosa at Buckingham Palace

Africa Matters: Ramaphosa at Buckingham Palace

Africa Matters: Withdrawing from Mali

Africa Matters: Withdrawing from Mali

Prince El Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan | The InnerView with Imran Garda

Prince El Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan | The InnerView with Imran Garda

UN, Türkiye-brokered Ukrainian grain deal extended for 120 days

UN, Türkiye-brokered Ukrainian grain deal extended for 120 days

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