China has reportedly suspended economic dialogue with Australia indefinitely. Relations between the two countries have deteriorated since Australia called for a probe into the origins of COVID-19 and banned Huawei from building its 5G network.

China imposed sanctions on Australian goods, including wine and beef, in 2020, and Chinese investment in Australia plummeted 61% that year, the lowest number in six years. China accounted for 29% of Australia's trade with the world in 2019.

Australia: Launch of 100% recycled PET plastic wine bottles

24-06-2022 | News

The Australian market has launched a debut of eco-bottles made entirely of...

US TTB on "Standards of Fill"

24-06-2022 | News

The TTB proposed adding 10 additional authorised "standards of fill...

Usa: TTB proposes amending wine labeling regulations re addition of distilled spirits

24-06-2022 | News

The U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB)...

UK: no evidence found that MUP implemented in 2018 led to reduction in harmful consumption

24-06-2022 | News

The Scottish government tasked Public Health Scotland with evaluating the impact of...

France: Drought threatens 2022 vintage

14-06-2022 | News

Although most winegrowers in Rhône have not been hit by...

United States: TTB proposes changes to standards of fill for wine

14-06-2022 | News

The U.S. Department of Treasury’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and...

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