Closer Look: China's Trade Gambit with EU Wine
(Beijing) – The European Commission (EC) said on June 4 that it would impose a provisional 11.8 percent anti-dumping tariff on Chinese solar panels from June 6 to August 6.
One day later, China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced it would launch an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation over wine imported from European Union countries. Many industry commentators termed the move as "retaliatory."
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