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The international wine trade

Author: Pierre Spahni
Publisher: Cambridge : Woodhead, 2000.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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This is the second edition of the definitive analysis of the international wine trade. This new edition focuses on individual trade flows across the major importing and exporting countries, examines the increasing role of food retailers in wine selling and looks for the future trends which will shape the industry in the new millennium. The book begins by examining technical factors in the wine trade giving rise to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Spahni, Pierre, 1953-
International wine trade.
(OCoLC)44603074
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pierre Spahni
ISBN: 9781855738942 1855738945
OCLC Number: 869282080
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 395 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Front Cover; The International Wine Trade; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword to first edition; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1. Production; Viticulture; Winemaking; The environment; Finance; Innovation; Chapter 2. Consumption; Main features and trends; Traditional markets: the case of France; New markets: the British and US models; Chapter 3. Prices and other trade determinants; Prices, exchange rates and costs of trading; Tariffs, excise duties and sales taxes; Technical and other legal requirements; Export assistance; Promotional support; Chapter 4. The major import markets. Japan and North East AsiaNorth America; Western Europe; Chapter 5. Exporters' profiles; The new world; The old continent; North and South Africa; Chapter 6. Transition economies; Major importers; Leading exporters; Trade with the EU; Chapter 7. Brave new round; GATT's legacy; More distant trade; A square round?; Appendix: Tariff schedules for key markets; References; Abbreviations and trading groups; Index.
Responsibility: Pierre Spahni.

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This is the second edition of the definitive analysis of the international wine trade. This new edition focuses on individual trade flows across the major importing and exporting countries, examines the increasing role of food retailers in wine selling and looks for the future trends which will shape the industry in the new millennium. The book begins by examining technical factors in the wine trade giving rise to differences in pricing and considers how wines' characteristics help to position the final products. It shows how trends in consumption are changing in different ways in the traditional and Anglo-Saxon markets and explains the effects of developments in international trade such as the role of trade barriers. The heart of the book profiles the ten major wine importing countries and considers:Trends in the consumption of alcoholic drinksWine market and import patternsThe configuration of import and distribution channelsEach country's trade policy with detailed comparisons between themThe book then goes on to consider the wine trade from the exporters point of view and describes:The challenge posed by New World producers to those based in Western EuropeThe influence of the previously planned economies of the former Soviet blocThe role of the EU and the likely effect of further European integrationThe influence of tariff schedules and the GATT negotiationsThis edition will be essential reading for all wine trade professionals including: wine producers, importers and exporters, negocients, co-operatives and regional economic development agencies, and wine merchants and retailers.

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