China confirmed it will impose a tariff of 80.5 per cent on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of its anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Reuters China confirmed it will impose a tariff of 80.5 per cent on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of its anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Reuters
China confirmed it will impose a tariff of 80.5 per cent on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of its anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Reuters

China-Australia relations: WTO confirms appeal lodged against Beijing’s tariffs on Australian barley

  • China imposed an 80.5 per cent tariff on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of an 18-month investigation
  • Last week, outgoing trade minister Simon Birmingham said Australia’s decision to appeal to the World Trade Organization (WTO) was the ‘logical and appropriate next step’

Topic |   China-Australia relations
China confirmed it will impose a tariff of 80.5 per cent on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of its anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Reuters China confirmed it will impose a tariff of 80.5 per cent on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of its anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Reuters
China confirmed it will impose a tariff of 80.5 per cent on Australia’s barley exports in May following the conclusion of its anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Reuters
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