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Australia's farmers welcome competition from US-China trade deal

From beef to peaches, Beijing is keen on Australian exports

| Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands
Imported Australian beef at a supermarket in Shanghai: Australia's red meat is well-regarded as premium products in China.   © LightRocket/Getty Images

Australia and China have a deep and positive agricultural relationship, from beef and milk to peaches and plums. In the four years since the entry into force of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, or ChAFTA, access for Australian agricultural goods to China has expanded greatly.

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