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China-Australia relations: as wine exports continue piling up at Chinese ports, Australian officials explore options

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese customs officials have continued to detain more Australian wine at ports of entry this year, while sales to China have plunged as Australian trade authorities consider ways to negotiate the release of shipments.Last month, more than 8,000 litres of red and moscato wines from Australia were detained in Shenzhen alone – on the grounds of inadequate labelling and the excessive use of additives. That came after more than 23,000 litres of wine, including popular Penfolds wines, were…

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Chinese customs officials have continued to detain more Australian wine at ports of entry this year, while sales to China have plunged as Australian trade authorities consider ways to negotiate the release of shipments.Last month, more than 8,000 litres of red and moscato wines from Australia were detained in Shenzhen alone – on the grounds of inadequate labelling and the excessive use of additives. That came after more than 23,000 litres of wine, including popular Penfolds wines, were…

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