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Ahead of Prime Minister Visit, Australia and China Make Progress on Resolving Wine, Wind Tower Trade Disputes
On Saturday, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced that he would travel to China from November 4 to 7, as Australia and China have each taken steps to resolve some ongoing disputes over trade remedies.
WTO Dispute Updates: Timetable Announced for Dispute on Lithuania Restrictions; Australia Wine Tariff Settlement Possible
Over the past few days, there have been developments in two WTO disputes involving China: The EU complaint against alleged Chinese restrictions on trade with Lithuania; and the Australian complaint against Chinese wine tariffs.
Panel in WTO Complaint Brought by Australia against Chinese Wine Tariffs Notifies Timing for Issuance of Report
A WTO panel hearing Australia's complaint that Chinese anti-dumping measures on wine violated WTO rules has made an official communication regarding the timing of the issuance of its report.
In a WTO complaint [https://www.chinatrademonitor.com/key-legal-issues-in-the-wto-dispute-on-chinas-anti-dumping-rulings-on-australian-wine/] by Australia against Chinese anti-dumping duties on Australian wine (DS602), China and Australia have agreed to procedures [https://docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/SS/directdoc.aspx?filename=q:/WT/DS/589-5.pdf&Open=True] for using an alternative mechanism for a
On October 26, a WTO panel was established [https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news21_e/dsb_26oct21_e.htm] to hear Australia’s complaint (DS602) about China’s anti-dumping measures on Australian wine. As background, China launched an anti-dumping investigation and a countervailing duty investigation on Australian wine