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China slaps Australian wine with anti-dumping tariffs


In a blow to Australian winemakers, China has slapped anti-dumping tariffs on Australian wine exports. Canberra denies the allegations of dumping. Meanwhile, the UK is to set up a digital services watchdog to stop tech giants like Facebook and Google abusing their market dominance. Finally, Amazon has announced that it will offer holiday bonuses to its employees – of just a fraction of the profits the company has made over the year.

Added on the 27/11/2020 13:20:00 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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