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China-Australia relations: wine exports to mainland China are way down, but it remains the top market

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Australia’s increased wine shipments to new and existing markets were not able to offset the 45 per cent decline in sales to mainland China in the financial year that ended in June, industry group Wine Australia’s latest export report shows.While the decline in exports to mainland China was the main driver of an overall 10 per cent drop in Australia’s total wine exports to A.56 billion (US4.7 million), a shortage in wine available for export – especially from three consecutive low-yielding…

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Australia’s increased wine shipments to new and existing markets were not able to offset the 45 per cent decline in sales to mainland China in the financial year that ended in June, industry group Wine Australia’s latest export report shows.While the decline in exports to mainland China was the main driver of an overall 10 per cent drop in Australia’s total wine exports to A$2.56 billion (US$394.7 million), a shortage in wine available for export – especially from three consecutive low-yielding…

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