China’s anti-dumping probe into whether Australian wines have been sold at lower prices in China could cost thousands of industry workers their jobs. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley China’s anti-dumping probe into whether Australian wines have been sold at lower prices in China could cost thousands of industry workers their jobs. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
China’s anti-dumping probe into whether Australian wines have been sold at lower prices in China could cost thousands of industry workers their jobs. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley

China’s anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine is politically motivated, industry figures say

  • Some Australian wines are discounted on e-commerce sites in China, though insiders reject allegations of cheap wine dumping, given its high production costs
  • Ministry of Commerce probe could take more than a year, but there are concerns that thousands of jobs may be lost in Australia before investigation concludes

Topic |   China-Australia relations
China’s anti-dumping probe into whether Australian wines have been sold at lower prices in China could cost thousands of industry workers their jobs. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley China’s anti-dumping probe into whether Australian wines have been sold at lower prices in China could cost thousands of industry workers their jobs. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
China’s anti-dumping probe into whether Australian wines have been sold at lower prices in China could cost thousands of industry workers their jobs. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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