Economy

Wool industry clipped by China-US trade war

This article was originally published on RNZ and re-published with permission.

Falling wool prices in Australia and New Zealand are being attributed to trade tensions between the US and China.

China is a major importer of fine wool, which it uses to manufacture garments that are sold to many countries including the important US market.

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