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China-Australia free trade deal may soften virus spat, but won’t halt anti-dumping probes, experts say

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Australia’s free trade agreement with China could temper a potential full-blown trade war between the two countries, but it will not stop further anti-dumping investigations, trade lawyers say, amid concerns Beijing could soon launch another round of tariffs on Australian exports.China has drawn up a list of potential goods including wine, dairy, seafood, oatmeal and fruit that could be subject to stricter quality checks, anti-dumping probes, tariffs or customs delays, sources told Bloomberg…

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Australia’s free trade agreement with China could temper a potential full-blown trade war between the two countries, but it will not stop further anti-dumping investigations, trade lawyers say, amid concerns Beijing could soon launch another round of tariffs on Australian exports.China has drawn up a list of potential goods including wine, dairy, seafood, oatmeal and fruit that could be subject to stricter quality checks, anti-dumping probes, tariffs or customs delays, sources told Bloomberg…

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