Relations between Australia and China, its biggest trade partner, have been deteriorating for months, with bans and tariffs threatening billions of dollars in exports.
Both countries blame each other for diplomatic spats over the coronavirus and Hong Kong.
While there is hope a new free trade deal between Southeast Asian nations will help reset relations and diversify markets, experts say Beijing is exerting more control over trade, and the Australian government is also looking to new markets.
Al Jazeera’s Nicola Gage reports from New South Wales, Australia.
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