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China-Australia relations: WTO action ‘the next step’ for Canberra over Beijing’s barley duties

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The Australian government is “expecting” to bring a formal case against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over barley anti-dumping duties.Australian trade minister Simon Birmingham made the announcement on Sunday, a day after the Chinese government imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on Australian wine.We are working through exactly when and making sure we have the evidence lined upSimon Birmingham“I expect that will be the outcome,” Birmingham said in an interview with national…

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The Australian government is “expecting” to bring a formal case against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over barley anti-dumping duties.Australian trade minister Simon Birmingham made the announcement on Sunday, a day after the Chinese government imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on Australian wine.We are working through exactly when and making sure we have the evidence lined upSimon Birmingham“I expect that will be the outcome,” Birmingham said in an interview with national…

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