China-Australia relations: WTO trade disputes rehash old question of whether China is a ‘market economy’

China’s long-demanded recognition as a market economy has resurfaced in Beijing’s complaints to the World Trade Organization about anti-dumping duties that Canberra has imposed on Chinese wind towers, railway wheels and kitchen sinks, according to officially lodged documents.China and Australia both filed complaints at the WTO just one day apart this week, over mutual anti-dumping duties imposed on each other’s products, as the two nations continue their back-and-forth bilateral battle.In its…

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