China needs to ‘take action’ and drop bans on Australian imports

Shadow Immigration Minister Dan Tehan says if China dropped its bans on Australian barley and wine imports, there could be “no cause” to proceed with disputes taken to the World Commerce Organisation.“The explanations that we took these two disputes to the WTO was due to the actions that China took,” Mr Tehan advised Sky Information Australia. “However what we have to see is for China to take that motion. “So in the event that they drop their bans then there could be no cause or we might be nicely and really price contemplating dropping these bans.”