Railway wheels are seen from one of the divisions of MaSteel – one of the Chinese exporters listed in Australian anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Magang Group
Railway wheels are seen from one of the divisions of MaSteel – one of the Chinese exporters listed in Australian anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Magang Group

China-Australia relations: ‘long list of claims’ may follow Beijing’s unprecedented WTO complaint

  • That China has chosen to dispute Australia’s duties imposed years ago suggests a politically motivated ‘tit-for-tat’ response, economic expert says
  • World Trade Organization disputes take years to resolve, and many affected firms are better off ‘just eating the losses and moving on’, law professor says

Railway wheels are seen from one of the divisions of MaSteel – one of the Chinese exporters listed in Australian anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Magang Group
Railway wheels are seen from one of the divisions of MaSteel – one of the Chinese exporters listed in Australian anti-dumping investigations. Photo: Magang Group
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