Australia Takes China To WTO Over Wine Tariffs As Biggest Export Market Gutted

Australia has since the whole spat started endured severe collateral damage on everything from seafood to coal to barley to wine to beef, and tourism sectors - along with hitting some other commodities, even timber.

Canberra has frequently voiced its "readiness" to resume dialogue with Beijing yet there's been no substantial breakthrough, particularly as the US has pushed its allies - most recently at the G7 summit in the UK - to take a tougher line on rolling back China's influence. 

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