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Chinese investigations on European wines : end of registration for wines exporters

Par Vitisphere Le 22 juillet 2013
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Chinese investigations on European wines : end of registration for wines exporters
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ccording to estimations from the French National Committee of Wine Interprofession ( CNIV) and the the French Federation of Wine Exporters ( FEVS), 3 300 French companies could be concerned by the Chinese investigations on charges of dumping and subsidies for European wines exportation. Opened on July first, this procedure asked the European companies having exported wines towards China, to register themselves. This cooperation underlined a threat of high increase if custom duties raise at the end of the investigation.
Coordinated by wine interprofessions, this registration just ended. 2 500 French companies registered before this compulsory deadline. Marketing the tenth of its wines in China, the Bordeaux vineyard was particularly active. In charge of the CIVB export section, Christophe Chateau "sent one cubic meter of paper in Brussels by plane". This recording phase would have cost 800 000 € to the French wine sector. The second phase should soon begin, with the audit of a sample of registered companies. Representatives of the sector always hope an positive exit from this crisis, in particular if negotiations concerning the imports of Chinese solar panels are concluded.
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