Australia takes China to trade umpire, again
Wine-growers are welcoming a federal government decision to take China to the World Trade Organisation, after Beijing imposed anti-dumping tariffs.
The duty of over 200 percent in some instances has effectively shut the Chinese market for our wine industry.
It’s the second time in six months Australia has taken China to the WTO; after action was announced over barley tariffs.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Australian Grape and Wine Chief Executive Tony Battaglene: