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Opinion

Where to now for the Australian wine industry?

The recent announcement of harsh Chinese tariffs on Australian wine imports will devastate South Australia’s huge wine industry. But the magnitude of the blow could have been significantly reduced if Australian producers had pursued greater diversification in their export strategies, argue Flinders University Professor Roberta Crouch and Dr Nathan Gray.

Opinion

A trade war with China will be disastrous for SA’s economy

China is serious about imposing substantial trade penalties on Australian industry – evident by a Chinese Government crackdown on Australian coal imports, an anti-dumping ruling against Australian barley exporters and deregistration of four Australian beef exporters. But the most telling effect on South Australia will come from a possible anti-dumping finding against Australian wine exporters.