Australia’s foreign and trade ministers reportedly announced that Australia would temporarily suspend its appeal to the World Trade Organization regarding China’s tariffs for three months, as China reportedly confirmed that its review of its tariffs on Australian barley could also extend to Australian wines.

 

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Uk to freeze alcohol duty until 1 August 2024

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The Council today adopted a decision on the conclusion of...

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Singapore recognizes Doc Prosecco

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Singapore has officially recognized the geographical indication of the Prosecco...

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