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Chinese wine corks not yet popping abroad (3)

By Liu Lu (Xinhua)

16:53, March 30, 2012

Zhen suggested that the strongest Chinese companies cooperate with foreign enterprises to first obtain the recognition of overseas consumers and then storm markets in Europe and even across the world.

Kent Leung, managing director of ECI (Euro Castle International) Wine Cellar said that benign competition between Chinese-made wine and imported wine can help the development of the domestic wine industry.

In his view, China now has some nice wine chateaus which deserve the awards they have won in international competitions, though the chateaus may not well known by the majority in China.

"As long as those chateaus insist on developing wine with good quality, I believe China-produced wine will have overseas markets," Leung added.

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