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China-Australia wine dispute: WTO agrees to investigate China’s tariffs after Beijing blocked it last month

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The World Trade Organization (WTO) has agreed to establish a dispute-settlement panel to address Canberra’s complaint over Beijing’s imposition of anti-dumping duties on imports of wine from Australia, after a first request was blocked by China in September.During a meeting in Geneva on Tuesday, the WTO’s dispute-settlement body said the new panel will investigate the dispute, with 15 countries – including Canada, Britain and New Zealand – reserving a spot on the panel as third parties,…

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The World Trade Organization (WTO) has agreed to establish a dispute-settlement panel to address Canberra’s complaint over Beijing’s imposition of anti-dumping duties on imports of wine from Australia, after a first request was blocked by China in September.During a meeting in Geneva on Tuesday, the WTO’s dispute-settlement body said the new panel will investigate the dispute, with 15 countries – including Canada, Britain and New Zealand – reserving a spot on the panel as third parties,…

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