China’s commerce ministry says it will impose temporary anti-dumping measures on Australian wine imports from Saturday, reported the South China Morning Post.
The duties will range from 107.1% to 212.1%, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced on Friday.
The commerce ministry said in a statement announcing the measures that “there is a causal relationship between [wine] dumping and material damage”.
China is the biggest destination for Australia ‘s wine exports, accounting for 39% of total shipments in the first nine months of 2020, according to Wine Australia, an industry body, reported the SCMP.
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