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The effect of Australian wine tariffs in China


Shanghai, Dec 11 (EFE/EPA).-The recent tariffs of up to 212.1 percent on the import of Australian wine in China due to alleged disloyal competition have opened a window to other wine competitors in the largest market of the world.(Camera: ALEX PLAVEVSKI)SHOT LIST: A WINE STORE IN SHANGHAI, CHINA.

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