Australia's wool market won't see any significant rise in price until overseas competition further afield than China, returns.
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Global fresh wool supplies are tight, but Chinese domestic and Indian demand could keep the wheels turning.
There will be a break in Australian wool sales this week because of Easter after slight price gains in auctions last week.