The China Alcoholic Drinks Association, which represents 122 members, said the growing number of low-priced Australian wines sold in China had “severely disrupted and inflicted a serious negative impact on the local market”. Photo: AFPThe China Alcoholic Drinks Association, which represents 122 members, said the growing number of low-priced Australian wines sold in China had “severely disrupted and inflicted a serious negative impact on the local market”. Photo: AFP
The China Alcoholic Drinks Association, which represents 122 members, said the growing number of low-priced Australian wines sold in China had “severely disrupted and inflicted a serious negative impact on the local market”. Photo: AFP

China-Australia trade dispute extends to wine as Beijing targets cheap imports in anti-dumping probe

  • China’s Ministry of Commerce confirms start of investigation following a complaint from the China Alcoholic Drinks Association on behalf of the domestic industry
  • Penfolds’ Treasury Wine Estates and Yellow Tail’s Casella Wines named, as well as South Australia’s Accolade Wines and Victoria’s The Wine Company

Topic |   China-Australia relations
The China Alcoholic Drinks Association, which represents 122 members, said the growing number of low-priced Australian wines sold in China had “severely disrupted and inflicted a serious negative impact on the local market”. Photo: AFPThe China Alcoholic Drinks Association, which represents 122 members, said the growing number of low-priced Australian wines sold in China had “severely disrupted and inflicted a serious negative impact on the local market”. Photo: AFP
The China Alcoholic Drinks Association, which represents 122 members, said the growing number of low-priced Australian wines sold in China had “severely disrupted and inflicted a serious negative impact on the local market”. Photo: AFP
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