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
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

Topic |   China-Australia relations
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
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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