The World Trade Organization’s dispute-settlement body says a new panel will investigate the nearly year-long dispute over China’s tariffs on Australian wine. Photo: EPA-EFE
The World Trade Organization’s dispute-settlement body says a new panel will investigate the nearly year-long dispute over China’s tariffs on Australian wine. Photo: EPA-EFE

China-Australia wine dispute: WTO agrees to investigate China’s tariffs after Beijing blocked it last month

  • Canada, Britain, New Zealand among countries that have reserved spots as third parties on the WTO’s dispute-settlement panel, Geneva-based trade official says
  • Beijing has imposed steep anti-dumping duties on Australian wine for nearly a year amid an ongoing trade dispute

The World Trade Organization’s dispute-settlement body says a new panel will investigate the nearly year-long dispute over China’s tariffs on Australian wine. Photo: EPA-EFE
The World Trade Organization’s dispute-settlement body says a new panel will investigate the nearly year-long dispute over China’s tariffs on Australian wine. Photo: EPA-EFE
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