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  • China’s wine imports have continued an upward trend seen in previous months, showing increases in both volume and value in the first eight months of the year, the latest figures from China Association of Imports and Export of Wine & Spirits have shown.The country imported 474…
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  • China’s wine imports continued the resilient growth trend seen in the first half of the year, bringing up its total import volume and value from January to July, as major holidays in the second half of the year are expected to push up wine sales even further.The country’s total …
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  • China has seen a slowdown in wine imports in the first half of 2017, and there are signs of higher demand for French and Australian wines at lower prices, show newly released Chinese customs figures.The total value of bottled wines entering China during the first six months of 201…
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  • China’s bottled wine production dipped by 10.4% in the first half of the year to 4.64 million hectolitres, despite the country’s growing vineyard production area.Different from crop harvest, the wine production figures released by the National Statistics Bureau refers to the vol…
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  • The country’s bottled wine imports grew by 2.99% year-on-year in volume to 148.4 million litres from January to April, while its import value declined by 7.21% over the same period to US$693.26 million, according to figures released byChina Association for Imports and Exports of …
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  • China’s wine market is over-stocked and this has caused import growth to slow in the first three months of 2017, according to trade leaders commenting on official figures released this week.Latest import figuresDuring January to March of 2017, imported bottled wine still increase…
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  • China’s bottled wine imports slumped for the first two months of the year after experiencing a strong uptrend from last year, dipping in both volume and value, according to figures released by the China Association of Imports and Exports Association for Wines & Spirits.Buyers…
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  • New figures show that China imported more wine by volume and value in 2016 versus 2015, with France and Australia leading the way.In 2016, a total of 482 million litres (642m bottles) of bottled wines were imported into China, with a value of 2 billion USD (3.42USD/bottle), accord…
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  • China’s imported alcoholic beverages continued to grow in the first 11 months of last year, with spirits imports registering positive growths in both volume and value in November for the first time since March, according to figures released by China Association for Imports and Ex…
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  • China imported US$ 1.77 billion worth of wines during the first nine months of 2016, representing a 19.1% year-on-year increase. China’s total volume of wine imports also jumped 14.42% to over 464 million liters from January to September, according to theChina Association for Imp…
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  • China’s wine imports in 2016 are expected to see an increase of 25% over the previous year, which would make it the highest in the past five years, signalling a strong rebound since 2012.he country imported 505 million litres of wines, worth about US$1.9 billion in the first 10 m…
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  • China’s wine imports continued to grow in both volume and value terms in the first nine months of the year, continuing an upward growth trend, according to the latest figures released by the China Association for Imports & Export of Wines & Spirits.The country imported US…
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  • Facts and figuresChina has the world’s largest population as well as the largest number of social media users.Censorship laws in China that block the use of Western counterparts havedetermined the surfacing of numerous local social media channels such asWeChat and Weibo.●Social …
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  • The total value of wines entered the Chinese market jumped by almost 30% year-on-year during the first six months of 2016, reaching 1bn USD. The total volume was up by 24% to hit 223m litres (297m bottles), maintaining the speed of the first quarter.Related article:New China wine …
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  • Wine Australia’s Export Report shows that the value of Australian wine exports continued to experience strong growth in the 12 months to the end of June 2016.From July 2015 to June 2016, the value of exports grew by 11 per cent, driven by bottled exports, particularly at higher p…
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  • The number of urban middle-class wine drinkers in China is still on the increasedespite aslowing economy, according to new research. A new report, published by Wine Intelligence, suggests there are now 48m urban upper-middle-class imported-wine drinkers, up from 38m in 2014. An in…
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  • China’s wine market is continuing to grow despite the country’s slowing economy, according to a new report from Wine Intelligence.TheChina Landscapes 2016report highlighted that the number of Chinese urban upper-middle class imported wine drinkers is continuing to rise and that …
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  • Fresh customs figures shows that China’s wine import figures continue to grow in both volume and value during the first three months of 2016. Australian and Chilean wines leaped in volume, while French wines are showing significant growth in average price. 107m litres of bot…
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  • China has overtaken the UK to become the second largest market by value for Australian wine exports, according to the latest figures from Wine Australia. China has overtaken the UK to become the second largest market by value for Australian wine exports, according to the latest fi…
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  • China wine imports reached 66.6 million liters in January 2016, up 35.9% from a year earlier, with import value increasing by 56.6% to 284.5 million yuan. In February, China imported 26.4 million liters of wine, rising by 16.5% compared with last year, with a 37.8% increase in val…
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