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China-Australia relations: ‘unconscionable’ trade sanctions on wine warrant WTO intervention, Scott Morrison says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his government will ask the World Trade Organization (WTO) to resolve its wine-tariff trade dispute with China.“Barley producers in Australia, winegrowers in Australia, have been targeted with trade sanctions that we believe are completely unconscionable,” Morrison said in a radio interview on Thursday. “We are seeking to take those up to the World Trade Organization and see them resolved there.”Australia has previously said it was considering…

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his government will ask the World Trade Organization (WTO) to resolve its wine-tariff trade dispute with China.“Barley producers in Australia, winegrowers in Australia, have been targeted with trade sanctions that we believe are completely unconscionable,” Morrison said in a radio interview on Thursday. “We are seeking to take those up to the World Trade Organization and see them resolved there.”Australia has previously said it was considering…

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