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Russia’s food ban pushes Australia to consider FTA


On August 7 Russia imposed food bans on the European Union, the United States, Canada, Norway and Australia in response to Western sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine.

With almost 200 million from Australia’s annual food export being to Russia, will this push the Australian government to recosider the highly anticipated Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with China? 

Rebecca Colquhoun has this report. 


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