China's thirst for imports now includes cows


The dairy industries in Australia and New Zealand are benefiting from higher demand from China.

China is still trying to recover from a deadly scandal in which farmers mixed poor quality milk with melamine.

But as Duncan Kennedy reports, its not just milk products they're after anymore - China's thirst for imports now includes cows.

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