SHANGHAI, April 1 (Reuters) – — Source link: https://bit.ly/2Pn9I3f
— Businesses in China are looking at alternative import sources
of wool to reduce dependency on Australian shipments, after the
souring of bilateral trade between the two countries and
pandemic induced logistics disruptions, the state-backed Global
— Citing industry sources, the paper said that wool from New
Zealand and Kazakhstan could expand Chinese market share.
— Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch
for its accuracy
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