China lodges trade complaint against Australia

China has lodged a complaint with the World Trade Organisation over Australia’s anti-subsidy and anti-dumping measures against Chinese exports.

Trade Minister Dan Tehan told Sky News there’s a “process normally followed” when raising matters to the WTO.

“On Saturday, we did make the decision to take China to the WTO with regards to the duties they put on our wine,” he said.

“This followed us making representations to the Chinese government, raising this in WTO committees over the last few months.

“There’s a process normally followed.”

China has lodged a complaint with the World Trade Organisation over Australia’s anti-subsidy and anti-dumping measures against Chinese exports.

Trade Minister Dan Tehan told Sky News there’s a “process normally followed” when raising matters to the WTO.

“On Saturday, we did make the decision to take China to the WTO with regards to the duties they put on our wine,” he said.

“This followed us making representations to the Chinese government, raising this in WTO committees over the last few months.

“There’s a process normally followed.”

China has lodged a complaint with the World Trade Organisation over Australia’s anti-subsidy and anti-dumping measures against Chinese exports.

Trade Minister Dan Tehan told Sky News there’s a “process normally followed” when raising matters to the WTO.

“On Saturday, we did make the decision to take China to the WTO with regards to the duties they put on our wine,” he said.

“This followed us making representations to the Chinese government, raising this in WTO committees over the last few months.

“There’s a process normally followed.”

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