“The targeted nature of the measures taken by the Chinese government for Australian products raises concerns about compliance with the letter and spirit of the letter and spirit of its free trade agreement [free trade agreement] and WTO commitments,” he told the Australian Senate. Madeleine King, spokeswoman for the laboratory for trade policy, also strongly supported the Morrison government`s plan to bring China to the World Trade Organization over barley tariffs, a move trade experts have warned could take up to three years. King argued, however, that the coalition had a “set-and-forget” attitude to free trade agreements, under which the agreements would not be accompanied by proper follow-up and relationship building. . . .