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China-Australia relations: from Kazakhstan to Serbia, winemakers vie for piece of Chinese market amid trade dispute

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Kazakhstani winemaker Zeinulla Kakimzhanov is pleased with the fresh inquiries he has been getting from Chinese wine importers in recent months.Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate near Karakemer village in Kazakhstan’s wine region of Almaty, already sells some Kazakh wines such as Rieslings, Pinot noirs, saperavi and aligoté in China, but has been looking to increase his exports given his proximity to China.It takes only five days for his wine shipments to reach Shanghai by road.“Perhaps…

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Kazakhstani winemaker Zeinulla Kakimzhanov is pleased with the fresh inquiries he has been getting from Chinese wine importers in recent months.Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate near Karakemer village in Kazakhstan’s wine region of Almaty, already sells some Kazakh wines such as Rieslings, Pinot noirs, saperavi and aligoté in China, but has been looking to increase his exports given his proximity to China.It takes only five days for his wine shipments to reach Shanghai by road.“Perhaps…

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