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06.14.2013 16:45

Closer Look: China's Trade Gambit with EU Wine

Wine sellers in China say the Ministry of Commerce's probe on EU wine dumping may not help the interests of domestic wine producers
By staff reporter Qu Yunxu
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(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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