It sounds like there are some companies with premium stock/produce that was intended for export to China, but it hasn't happened. They are now sitting on lots of stock. For example, ABC showed a company that exports cray fish (all of their "premium" stock is exported), the recent Chinese new year being their peak period, and they have sold basically nothing. They are hoping they might be able to export it soon. But if they don't, hopefully they will sell it locally for a fair price. So my question is, where are the deals?! Taken from the transcript; PETER MCCUTCHEON: For other Australian businesses, it's the disruption inside China that is causing headaches. FELICITY EMMETT: There's a big impact on the agriculture sector, who are unable to sell into the Chinese market at a peak time, the lunar new year, which is one of their best times, so lots of specialist food producers not able to sell. ANDREW FERGUSON, MANAGING DIRECTOR, FERGUSON AUSTRALIA: It's certainly put a bit of a dent in the last two months, a big dent in our income. But, you know, it's probably millions of dollars of income that we haven't seen through the business. PETER MCCUTCHEON: Adelaide-based lobster exporter Ferguson Australia sends nearly all its seafood to China. The company hopes it can claw back some of its losses if the crisis ends soon. ANDREW FERGUSON: Our fishing boats have all stopped at the moment due to the virus, and so has the rest of the fleet, and the season usually finishes at the end of May, so we've still got a bit of time in the season to keep catching the quota.