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China targets Australian wine in escalation of trade dispute – Sydney Morning Herald

China’s Ministry of Commerce has launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine – the third industry to be hit with a trade strike this year.



“The Ministry of Commerce has decided to initiate an anti-dumping investigation on imported wines originating in Australia,” China’s Trade Remedy and Investigation Bureau said in a statement on Tuesday morning.
Trade Minister Simon Birmingham said the move was unjustified.
“This is a very disappointing and perplexing development,” Mr Birmingham said on Tuesday. “Australian wine is not sold at below market prices and exports are not subsidised. Australia will engage fully with the Chinese proce…

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