China launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wines in August to review whether imported Australian wines were being sold below “fair” prices and hurting China’s wine industry. Photo: AFP
China launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wines in August to review whether imported Australian wines were being sold below “fair” prices and hurting China’s wine industry. Photo: AFP

China-Australia relations: ‘speechless’ exporters fear Beijing may impose crippling anti-dumping duty on Australian wine

  • Industry players in Australia await possible result from a months-long investigation into whether inexpensive wines have been ‘dumped’ in China
  • News comes as Australia braces for an anticipated ban on exports to China that has already seen shipments of wine cancelled or suspended

Topic |   China-Australia relations
China launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wines in August to review whether imported Australian wines were being sold below “fair” prices and hurting China’s wine industry. Photo: AFP
China launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wines in August to review whether imported Australian wines were being sold below “fair” prices and hurting China’s wine industry. Photo: AFP
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