Trade Minister Dan Tehan is considering taking Australia’s dispute with China over wine exports to the World Trade Organisation.
Australia has already taken its grievance about blocked Chinese barley exports to the WTO, as one of many commodities that are in dispute with its number-one trading partner, including beef, lobster and coal.
“One of the things we are very keen to do is to make sure with our trade disputes with China is that we are using every means we can to deal with them,” Mr Tehan told Sky News’ Sunday Agenda program on Sunday.
“Obviously the World Trade Organisation is one of those mechanisms. We are using that when it comes to barley and we are under very deep consideration now when it comes to wine, as to whether we will…