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Australian Politician Calls out China’s ‘Concerning Pattern of Behaviour’ Following 200 Percent Tariffs on Wine

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An Australian cabinet minister suspects Beijing is not being honest about the tariffs it has placed on Australian wine imports. “What the government is doing is seeking to address a concerning pattern of behaviour by the Chinese against Australia,” cabinet minister Dan Tehan said on Saturday. “We’re seeking to have conversations with the Chinese, seeking to address this matter in the World Trade Organisation so we can ensure we’re doing the right thing by our winemakers.” Beijing’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) imposed tariffs of up to 212 percent on Australian wine exports on Saturday, serving a heavy blow to the valuable sector which has enjoyed a long relationship with Chinese customers who value the quality of Australian product. “The Chinese have had a huge demand for Australian wine due to its quality and we want to make sure we can continue to export wine to China. That will be part of …

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