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AUSSI WINE EXPORTERS FACE UP TO 212% ANTI-DUMPING DUTY IN CHINA FROM TOMORROW
Australian wine exporters will face an anti-dumping duty ranging from 107.1% to 212.1% from tomorrow, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced today.
NZ WINE EXPORTS DEFIED COVID, HIT NEW RECORD AT NZD2B, BUT EXPORTS TO ASIA SLUGGISH
New Zealand reported record wine exports worth NZD2b (USD1.39b) in 2020, up 6 percent year-on-year, despite that exports to Asian markets have dropped.
KUALA LUMPUR’S PLAN TO BAN LIQUOR SALE IN SUNDRY SHOPS MET WITH INDUSTRY OBJECTIONS
Malaysian capital city Kuala Lumpur plans to ban sale of hard liquor in sundry shops from 1 October 2021, the decision is objected by the city’s alcohol trade.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA TO HELP WINE EXPORTERS DIVERSIFY FROM CHINESE MARKET
South Australia has announced a program to help wine exporters diversify from the Chinese market to Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and India.
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HK BALLROOM CLUSTER HALTED S’PORE-HK QUARANTINE FREE TRAVEL PLAN
Hong Kong government announced today that the Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble will be postponed for two weeks, due to upsurge of COVID cases in the city.
BYO FOOD & BOOZE GLAMPING AT SINGAPORE AIRPORT SPEEDILY SOLD OUT
After the A380 pop-up restaurant, Singaporeans snapped up tickets to camp out at Changi Airport despite that no food and booze will be served this time.
DBR LAFITE LAUNCHED LONG DAI 2018, THE CHINESE LABEL'S SECOND VINTAGE
Launched yesterday by Domaine de Long Dai, DBR Lafite’s winery in China's Shangdon province, Long Dai 2018 will be available to Chinese consumers in early December.
S’PORE-HK TRAVEL BUBBLE TO START ON SUNDAY, A BOOST TO HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
Hong Kong and Singapore are to launch a quarantine-free leisure travel bubble on Sunday 22 November, a boost to the hard hit hospitality industry.
CHINA’S ALCOHOL PRODUCERS RECOUPED COVID LOSSES AS NORMALITY RETURNED IN Q3
Total revenue for large-scale alcohol makers Jan-Sept stood at RMB601 billion (USD91.8b), only 0.3% less than the same period last year, said government statistics.
AUSSIE WINE BODY: NO CLEARANCE SUCCESS REPORTED IN CHINA SINCE UNOFFICIAL BAN
No success in customs clearance has been reported since an unofficial ban was believed to have taken effect on 6 November, according to Australian Grape and Wine.
WINE INTELLIGENCE: SOUTH KOREA IS WORLD’S 2ND MOST ATTRACTIVE WINE MARKET
South Korea is now the second most attractive wine market in the world after only USA, up eight places from 10th last year, according to Wine Intelligence.
JAPAN’S HANYU DISTILLERY TO BE REOPENED TO RIDE POPULARITY OF THE ‘CARDS SERIES’
Current brand owner of the closed Hanyu distillery is planning a reopening to ride the popularity of the 'Cards Series' created by the founder's grandson.
IWSR: WORLD ALCOHOL MARKET FARED BETTER THAN EXPECTED THANKS TO RESILIENCE IN CHINA & USA
Drinks industry think tank IWSR forecasts that global alcohol consumption will shrink by 8% this year, much better than the double-digit decline originally predicted.
INDIA’S LIQUOR SALES DOWN 29% IN H1, INDUSTRY URGES STATES TO ROLL BACK COVID TAX
Confederation of Indian Alcoholic Beverage Companies urged some state governments to roll back the COVID tax on liquor after big slump in alcohol sales.
VINEXPO HONG KONG WILL NOT RETURN UNTIL 2022
The date for the next Vinexpo Hong Kong show is pushed back again, the next show will now take place in 2022 instead of 2021, according to organiser Vinexposium.
TWE PAUSES PLAN TO DEMERGE PENFOLDS BRAND AMID HEADWINDS IN CHINA
Australia's Treasury Wines Estates announced today that it will pause the plan to demerge the Penfolds brand due to serious headwinds in China.
NORTH KOREA CRACKED DOWN ON HOMEMADE ALCOHOL DUE TO STAPLE SHORTAGES
North Korea cracked down on homemade alcohol to stop staples being used for distillation after typhoons damaged harvests, the Seoul-based Daily NK reported.
TENSION ESCALATES: CHINA TO BAN 7 AUSSIE GOODS INCLUDING WINES FROM FRIDAY
China is expected to ban imports of Australian wines, barley, sugar, timber, coal, lobster and copper from Friday 6 November in an escalation of trade tension.