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China-Australia relations: Australian wine exporters face fresh blow after Beijing imposes tariffs

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]At least 75 containers of Australian wine that have been stuck at Chinese ports since the start of November after a wide-ranging import ban on Australian products will now face a second blow of anti-dumping duties of up to 212.1 per cent.Chinese trade consultants, importers and their agents said the containers holding various labels, many from South Australia which is the home of the Barossa Valley wine region, have been frozen in Shanghai and Ningbo ports since November 6, when the Chinese…

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At least 75 containers of Australian wine that have been stuck at Chinese ports since the start of November after a wide-ranging import ban on Australian products will now face a second blow of anti-dumping duties of up to 212.1 per cent.Chinese trade consultants, importers and their agents said the containers holding various labels, many from South Australia which is the home of the Barossa Valley wine region, have been frozen in Shanghai and Ningbo ports since November 6, when the Chinese…

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