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China’s Commerce Ministry said in a statement on Friday, that they will impose anti-dumping measures on some Australian wine imports for five years, effective March 28.

“Importers bringing in wines related to the anti-dumping activities ruled by China will need to pay tax to China’s customs authority, “the statement read.

This announcement only underscores the souring trade relation between Australia and China.

Earlier on, Australia’s Ambassador to China called Beijing as an unreliable and vindictive trading partner.