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On December 9, the Australian government announced that Australian exports of barley to China had started up again after the removal of Chinese anti-dumping/countervailing duties following the resolution of a WTO dispute.
News reports indicate that China is taking an additional month to review the tariffs on Australian barley that were the subject of a WTO dispute, and which China recently agreed to review.
China's Ministry of Commerce announced last Friday that it was starting a review of the anti-dumping and countervailing duties currently being imposed on Australian barley. This will kick off a domestic process that could potentially resolve a dispute between Australia and China, helping to ease the tensions in
The Chinese government has agreed to an expedited review of the anti-dumping/countervailing duties it has been imposing on Australian barley, leading to a suspension of the WTO dispute on these duties.
Australia Makes First Submission in China - Barley WTO Dispute, Makes Claim on Individual Dumping Margins
Following up on earlier posts about Australia's complaint [https://www.chinatrademonitor.com/australias-wto-complaint-against-chinas-ad-cvd-determinations-on-barley/] and the panel composition [https://www.chinatrademonitor.com/china-barley-ad-cvd-wto-panel-composed/] in the China - Barley WTO dispute (DS598), Australia has now posted its first written submission [https://www.dfat.gov.au/sites/default/files/ds598-australias-first-submission.pdf]
Yesterday, the WTO announced [https://docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/SS/directdoc.aspx?filename=q:/WT/DS/598-6.pdf&Open=True] that on September 3, the WTO Director-General had composed the panel in the WTO complaint brought by Australia [https://www.chinatrademonitor.com/australias-wto-complaint-against-chinas-ad-cvd-determinations-on-barley/] against China's AD/