Some inexpensive Australian wines are sold on popular e-commerce sites such as Taobao and JD.com for just 35 yuan (US$5) a bottle Photo: AFP Some inexpensive Australian wines are sold on popular e-commerce sites such as Taobao and JD.com for just 35 yuan (US$5) a bottle Photo: AFP
Some inexpensive Australian wines are sold on popular e-commerce sites such as Taobao and JD.com for just 35 yuan (US$5) a bottle Photo: AFP

Australia’s winemakers may be hoping in vain China drops anti-dumping case as it did with the EU

  • China’s Ministry of Commerce said that it had started an investigation into inexpensive Australian wines allegedly being sold in China below fair market prices
  • China buys nearly 40 per cent of Australia’s wine production worth A$1 billion (US$723 million) a year

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Some inexpensive Australian wines are sold on popular e-commerce sites such as Taobao and JD.com for just 35 yuan (US$5) a bottle Photo: AFP Some inexpensive Australian wines are sold on popular e-commerce sites such as Taobao and JD.com for just 35 yuan (US$5) a bottle Photo: AFP
Some inexpensive Australian wines are sold on popular e-commerce sites such as Taobao and JD.com for just 35 yuan (US$5) a bottle Photo: AFP
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