Australian-made wine at a store in Beijing. The investigation that China announced in August is scheduled to finish in August 2021, although that could be extended to 18 months. […] Read More: China Targets Australian Wine, Says Ties Have Taken ‘Nosedive’ “In this case, the Ministry of Commerce filed the case and conducted the investigation in strict accordance with relevant laws, and adopted relevant measures to fully protect the legal rights of all interested parties,” Gao said. We welcome all interested parties including Australia to continue to participate in the follow-up investigation procedures in accordance with the law.” […] During the investigation, the investigating agency fully protected the rights of all parties, listened extensively to the opinions of all parties, gave all parties ample opportunities to participate in the investigation, drew investigation conclusions objectively, fairly and impartially, and adopted corresponding trade remedies,” he said.
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