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How to Export Wine to China-Regulatory Compliance Guidance

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    • How to Export Wine to China-Regulatory Compliance Guidance
      中国进口红酒合规指南

    • Author: Summer Jiang (ChemLinked)
    • Update date: 2016-08-30
    • Publish date: 2016-08-30
    • Language: English
    • Format: Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages: 15
    • Price: $120  (Free for premium members)

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    Introduction

    Imported wine consumption in China has viewed booming growth in China over the past 5 years. To help overseas wine products to enter Chinese market smoothly, ChemLinked has prepared a compliance guidance covering pre-market preparation and clearance at Chinese border.

    Contents

    Background
    Market overview

    Growing importation
    Country of origin
    Changing Chinese consumers
    Stringent supervision
    Import Compliance for general trade
    Competent Authority
    Regulatory framework and requirements
    Product preparation
    Pre-market registration/filing
    Border clearance procedures
    Future trend of supervision
    New version of wine product standard
    CNCA registration
    Traceability
    Reference
    Appendix 1 The Permitted Food Additives, the Scope of Use, Maximum Use Level, and Remarks of Wine
    Appendix 2 List of the Processing Aids that Require Clarification of the Functions and Scope of Use

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