New research shows that Australia has a lot of work to do in finding alternative destinations for its wine that is no longer going to China amid protectionist duties. Photo: Bloomberg New research shows that Australia has a lot of work to do in finding alternative destinations for its wine that is no longer going to China amid protectionist duties. Photo: Bloomberg
New research shows that Australia has a lot of work to do in finding alternative destinations for its wine that is no longer going to China amid protectionist duties. Photo: Bloomberg

China-Australia relations: plunging wine exports don’t ‘spell doom and gloom’, but new markets crucial

  • Total cost of China’s anti-dumping measures to Australia could reach A$2.4 billion (US$1.77 billion) over five-year period, new research finds
  • Australia’s industry bodies must find alternative destinations for wine that is not going to China amid protectionist duties, agricultural research arm says

Topic |   China-Australia relations
New research shows that Australia has a lot of work to do in finding alternative destinations for its wine that is no longer going to China amid protectionist duties. Photo: Bloomberg New research shows that Australia has a lot of work to do in finding alternative destinations for its wine that is no longer going to China amid protectionist duties. Photo: Bloomberg
New research shows that Australia has a lot of work to do in finding alternative destinations for its wine that is no longer going to China amid protectionist duties. Photo: Bloomberg
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