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China’s tariffs on Australian wine have South African exporters raising a glass to burgeoning market presence

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]For wine importers like He Lei, the presence of South African wine in China could not have been more different this year compared with last year.“I feel that South African wine brands are starting to work hard [in China] … just when there’s an exodus of Australian wine because of the trade tariffs,” said He, who runs a wine-importing business from Guangzhou. “Overall, I’d say the reception has been very good. Many of our clients are impressed with the taste and the quality.“However, the price…

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For wine importers like He Lei, the presence of South African wine in China could not have been more different this year compared with last year.“I feel that South African wine brands are starting to work hard [in China] … just when there’s an exodus of Australian wine because of the trade tariffs,” said He, who runs a wine-importing business from Guangzhou. “Overall, I’d say the reception has been very good. Many of our clients are impressed with the taste and the quality.“However, the price…

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