The challenges of anti-dumping investigations: How to address this trending trade dynamic

10 Sep 2020

Australian businesses continue to find opportunities with our largest trading partner. Given the changes in the global trade dynamic anti-dumping investigations have created a new challenge for exporters in the competitive consumer market in China.

In response to the latest anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine, we have brought together a panel of experts to discuss:

  • How to respond to anti-dumping claims.
  • What the process is and key components businesses need to address.
  • What Australian businesses need to do in the next 3, 6 and 12 months.
  • Key learnings we can draw from recent investigations e.g. Australian barley exports to China.

Our panellists will provide insights and advice about how industry bodies, winemakers, wine regions and exporters are addressing the investigation.


Tony Battaglene, Chief Executive, Australian Grape & Wine

Marni Cook, Chair, McLaren Vale Grape Wine & Tourism Association and Chair, Wine Communicators of Australia.

Xiao Jin, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons, Beijing

Bill Widin, Owner, Leogate Estate Wines

Sharon Henrick, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons

David Olsson, National President and Chair of the Australia China Business Council

Alex Gibbs, Executive Director, Australia China Business Council and Deputy Chair, Wine Communicators of Australia.

Event Details

Date: 25 September 2020

Time: 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Format: Zoom Webinar, Presentation and Q&A

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