Canada: Canada Partially Settles WTO Wine Case with Australia

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Australia reached a partial settlement with Canada on its World Trade Organization dispute over Canadian federal and provincial wine measures. Within four years, Canada will eliminate a federal excise duty exemption for domestic wines, Nova Scotia will end a preferential markup for local wines, and Ontario will alter several measures favoring locally produced wines. These changes may require regulatory and/or legislative changes.

Canada: Canada Partially Settles WTO Wine Case with Australia

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