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Photo File:Chinese Commerce Minister Zhong Shan waves as he arrives for a press conference at the State Council Information Office in Beijing, Monday, May 18, 2020. (AP)

Photo File:Chinese Commerce Minister Zhong Shan waves as he arrives for a press conference at the State Council Information Office in Beijing, Monday, May 18, 2020. (AP)

FED: Minister rejects Chinese trade tit-for-tat

Tuesday, May 26, 2020.

China has linked hefty tariffs on Australian barley to past disputes between the two nations, comparing track records on trade investigations.

The Chinese commerce minister said Beijing had been cautious and restrained in imposing trade "remedies".

Zhong Shan said China had only launched one trade investigation against Australia in almost 50 years, compared to more than 100 by Australia.

But Trade Minister Simon Birmingham dismissed the comparison.

"This isn't about keeping a tally or doing things in a tit-for-tat way," he told Sky News on Tuesday.

"Yes, Australia has an anti-dumping system that we use. Our decisions are open to appeal through the World Trade Organisation. China has not chosen to do that with any of our decisions to date."


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