A barley harvest. China said its investigations had proven the dumping of cheap Australian barley had hurt its domestic market. Photo: Getty Images A barley harvest. China said its investigations had proven the dumping of cheap Australian barley had hurt its domestic market. Photo: Getty Images
A barley harvest. China said its investigations had proven the dumping of cheap Australian barley had hurt its domestic market. Photo: Getty Images
Weihuan Zhou
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Weihuan Zhou

Why China believed it had a case to impose tariffs on Australian barley

  • China has set out its reasons for imposing tariffs on Australian barley imports in May
  • One of the findings was that Australia did not comply with its requirements on sustainable rural water use

A barley harvest. China said its investigations had proven the dumping of cheap Australian barley had hurt its domestic market. Photo: Getty Images A barley harvest. China said its investigations had proven the dumping of cheap Australian barley had hurt its domestic market. Photo: Getty Images
A barley harvest. China said its investigations had proven the dumping of cheap Australian barley had hurt its domestic market. Photo: Getty Images
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Weihuan Zhou

Weihuan Zhou

Dr Weihuan Zhou has a wide range of interest in the field of international economic law, with a focus on China. He was a trade and commercial lawyer at a top-tier Australian law firm in Sydney before joining University of New South Wales Law in 2015.