A company that has made an estimated $3 billion in sales in Australia has been warned that it is breaking the law by selling its products in countries with “unlawfully practices”.
The online auction house Panda has been selling the panda bracelet, a necklace and earrings made of titanium and diamond, in China since 2014.
It has also been selling jewelry in Hong Kong, Thailand, India, the US, China and Australia.
The Australian Government has been asking for a ban on the Chinese market, and a crackdown on illegal online sales.
But in the past, Panda has had a good relationship with the Australian Government.
In April this year, it announced it had sold more than $2.5 million worth of goods in Australia, which is more than double the amount it had bought in the year before.
It is the latest in a series of moves by Chinese companies to make inroads in Australia.
In February, the Australian Taxation Office announced that it had closed its case against Chinese company Ting, which bought a number of Australian online auction sites.
Ting had made an average of $10,000 in sales per day, the agency said.
Last month, Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei also bought Australian auction site eBay for $1.5 billion.