The odds appear to be stacked against Australia in any attempt to make a claim with the World Trade Organization to challenge China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports, according to international trade experts. Photo: Getty Images The odds appear to be stacked against Australia in any attempt to make a claim with the World Trade Organization to challenge China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports, according to international trade experts. Photo: Getty Images
The odds appear to be stacked against Australia in any attempt to make a claim with the World Trade Organization to challenge China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports, according to international trade experts. Photo: Getty Images

China-Australia relations: Canberra’s path through the WTO looks to be riddled with hurdles and pitfalls

  • Challenging China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports at the World Trade Organization would be an uphill battle with little payoff, trade lawyers say
  • The WTO’s Appellate Body remains defunct, meaning Canberra could be appealing ‘into the void’ if no settlement is reached with China

Topic |   China-Australia relations
The odds appear to be stacked against Australia in any attempt to make a claim with the World Trade Organization to challenge China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports, according to international trade experts. Photo: Getty Images The odds appear to be stacked against Australia in any attempt to make a claim with the World Trade Organization to challenge China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports, according to international trade experts. Photo: Getty Images
The odds appear to be stacked against Australia in any attempt to make a claim with the World Trade Organization to challenge China’s anti-dumping duties on barley exports, according to international trade experts. Photo: Getty Images
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