The South African wine and agriculture sector had a good run in China during the South African expos there this week. Export opportunities have also been identified in aquaculture. Lucky Tshayivithi, the head of trade and investment at Buffalo City municipality in the Eastern Cape, said that after 10 years of negotiations, the municipality would start exporting certain agricultural products, particularly vegetables, to Jingju [sic.]. It is one of the provinces of China that has a large demand for fresh produce…Full-text article: Independent Online Sep 2013

Key point

  • Bayede, a South African marketing organization, stated that it will export 12,400 bottles of newly branded wines (4 containers worth), in addition to the 200,000 bottles it exports every year to China (each bottle sells on average for CNY 400 or US$65)

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