Friday, November 27, 2020

China slaps 200% anti-dumping tariffs on Australian wine as relations continue to sour — Eamon Barrett

The levies come roughly three months after Beijing began investigating complaints made by the Wine Industry Association of China that Australian winemakers have flooded the market with cheap wine since 2015. Mainland China is an $850 million market for Australia’s wine exports and the leading consumer, consuming about 40% of Australia’s total overseas shipments....
Fortune
China slaps 200% anti-dumping tariffs on Australian wine as relations continue to sour
Eamon Barrett

9 comments:

Peter Pan said...

Aussie wine... is there such a thing?

Andrew Anderson said...

Yellow-tail

Peter Pan said...

Wikipedia says it was started by a Sicilian... so it wouldn't be god-awful.

Matt Franko said...

New South Wales is pretty good... NSW or Napa or Sonoma counties in Cali...

Matt Franko said...

If they’re starting to roll over due to QE making their banks insolvent watch theyre going to blame it on “trade war!”...

Peter Pan said...

The idea of Aussies making wine makes me laugh. They can make lager and meat pies.

Matt Franko said...

Try the New South Wales Chardonnay...

Matt Franko said...

Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc from Nobilo is pretty good too.,

Matt Franko said...

New South Wales Chardonnay with some steamed Prince Edward Island mussels outside on patio next to fire in late fall....

https://www.jessicagavin.com/steamed-mussels-white-wine-garlic/

There is a God..,