Beef export tariff to China increases, but it’s not a bad thing
Tariffs on beef being exported to China are increasing, but meat processors say it’s almost cause for celebration.
The trade agreement between the two nations sees the levy increase from 5 to 12 percent once exports reach a certain volume in a calendar year..
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Australian Meat Industry Council Chief Executive Patrick Hutchinson:
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