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China slugs Australian wine with another round of tariffs in trade dispute – ABC News

Winemakers already suffering under huge tariffs from China that have decimated exports will have another round applied to their products.

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China has added insult to injury, applying a new round of tariffs to Australian wine.
China’s Ministry of Commerce today announced that tariffs of either 6.3 or 6.4 per cent, would apply to Australian wine due to claims winemakers were subsidised.
The tariffs will apply from December 11 for the remainder of China’s investigation into countervailing claims, which is expected to report no earlier than August next year.
However, industry group Australian Grape and Wine said the latest round of tariffs…

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