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WABA, A Home for Global Alcoholic Beverages, Promoting Trade Liberalization

"Co-building platforms for sharing resources to promote efficiency and civilization" is the core development goal of WABA. (In 2018, WABA increased trade with other countries)   To...

Domestic Wine Importers and Agents Should Be Concerned About the Safety of Imported Wine...

There are 13 batches of imported grape wine have been prohibited entry by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of China(AQSIQ),...

Millennia’s in United States avoiding alcohol which results decreasing frequency of wine consumption.

As we all know that the US is the world biggest win market. The United States produced over 800 million gallons of wine in...

WABA Promotes the Alcohol Resource Conservation and Friendly Environment Development

  The forth United Nations Environment Assembly was held from March 11 to 15 this year on the theme of “Innovation solutions for environmental challenges...

Planting grapes symbolizes China-NZ wine cooperation

New Zealand Ambassador John McKinnon visited Yu Ge winery, a joint venture of China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region and Marlborough, a wine-growing region in...

World Alcohol Beverage Alliance (WABA) Embraces Grand Alcohol Culture

Alcohol, a beverage with a long history, is discovered and produced by human beings. As it is indispensable in the development of society throughout history, the culture...

AQSIQ Released ‘2016 White Paper of Quality & Safety of Imported Food’, and it...

With the continuous improvement of living standards of our residents, the demand for imported food increased year by year. In 2016, China's imported 132.4 million,...

Marketing Trends on 2019 China Wine Market

Source from:GMA  Gentlemen Agency The booming Chinese wine market has grown massively in recent years, and with China’s economic growth rate at 7-8% each year, it shows...

President of WABA Dr. Ante Simonic said: “Sino- New Zealand relations have...

Sino- New Zealand relations have created multiple "firsts" in China's relations with developed countries. New Zealand was the first to sign and implement a...
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