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  • after a hard day's work.

  • Nothing beats a glass of New Zealand peanut, but next month we're drinking something a little bit different because our friends need our help.

  • US House Rep.

  • Ted Yoho was among a worldwide group of politicians asking people to raise a glass of Australian wine to stand against China.

  • That's a fine Australian wine.

  • The group is a global alliance of legislators from 19 countries across party lines.

  • It follows months off deteriorating relations between Australia and China after Australia called for an international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus.

  • Since then, China has suspended imports are not just wine from Australia but also coal, Bali, even lobster.

  • Just last week, China said it will slap down temporary tariffs of up to 200% on wine imported from Australia.

  • They say they found evidence off dumping that Australia lowers the price of its wine to get into the Chinese market.

  • Australia calls the move unjustified, and wine cellars have told Reuters the opposite is true that their margins are higher in China.

  • The Inter Parliamentary Alliance on China, who made the video includes lawmakers from the European Parliament to Uganda and Japan and argues Beijing's rising influence is a threat to democratic values.

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Politicians urge people to buy Australian wine to fight China's punitive tariffs

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/04
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