Australia ‘deeply disappointed’ after China imposes 80% tariff on barley imports

Posted by on May 18, 2020 4:48 pm
Categories: Global Stories

Trade minister indicates Australia may appeal new tax, which comes after a push for a coronavirus inquiry

China has put punitive tariffs of more than 80% on barley imports from Australia as more than 110 countries backed a push for an international coronavirus inquiry.

Trade minister Simon Birmingham indicated Australia may appeal the imposition of a 73.6% anti-dumping tariff and a 6.9% anti-subsidy tariff applied to all Australian barley from Tuesday.

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