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China’s wine tariffs will have a ‘devastating impact’ on small Australian producers, trade group says – CNBC

China’s commerce ministry on Friday announced preliminary anti-dumping duties ranging from 107% to 212% on Australian bottled wine imports.

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Small exporters, grape growers and regional communities are going to feel the brunt of China’s decision to impose steep tariffs on Australian wine. That’s according to Tony Battaglene, chief executive of Australian Grape and Wine, the national association of grape and wine producers.
China’s commerce ministry on Friday announced preliminary anti-dumping duties ranging from 107% to 212% on Australian bottled wine imports, which went into effect the following day. That follows China’s anti-dumping…

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