Australia’s trade and diplomatic relations with China have steadily worsened over the past year, with many exports caught in the crossfire. Although the share of exports (by value) going to China has held up due to strength in iron ore prices, excluding iron ore there has been a marked decline.
The research briefing discussed in this interview between chief Australia economist Sarah Hunter and ausbiz explores the vulnerabilities facing China’s exports and effectively highlights which sectors are exposed to trade volatility between Australian and China.
Watch and listen to the full interview below:
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