Anti-dumping duties of between 116.2 and 218.4 per cent have been imposed on Australian wines in containers of two litres or less since March. Photo: EPA-EFE
Anti-dumping duties of between 116.2 and 218.4 per cent have been imposed on Australian wines in containers of two litres or less since March. Photo: EPA-EFE

China, Australia agree to move ahead with WTO wine-tariff dispute that has cost 100 million litres in sales

  • Anti-dumping duties of between 116.2 and 218.4 per cent have been imposed on Australian wines in containers of two litres or less since March
  • The duties are set to be applied for five years, but the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreed in October to establish a dispute-settlement panel

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Anti-dumping duties of between 116.2 and 218.4 per cent have been imposed on Australian wines in containers of two litres or less since March. Photo: EPA-EFE
Anti-dumping duties of between 116.2 and 218.4 per cent have been imposed on Australian wines in containers of two litres or less since March. Photo: EPA-EFE
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