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  • 2011 年进口形势判断
  • 2011 年进口形势判断
  • Intro seminar a shao li (vinitaly)

    1. 1. DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY & WINE SERIES INTRODUCTORY SEMINAR (Shao Li)
    2. 2. #vinitaly2013 @vinitalytour@steviekim222
    3. 3. • Mr. Shao Li, First Secretary, Department of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China• Mr. Xuwei Wang, Secretary General, China Association for Importers & Exporters of Wine & Spirits• Professor Giorgio Prodi, University of Ferrara (ALMA Graduate School)• Pierpaolo Cielo, Marketing & Export Manager of Cielo e Terra S.p.a.• Mr. Anthony Zhang, Manager Hoonay Wines
    4. 4. China’s Foreign Trade & Administration of Imported Wine Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China Department of Foreign Trade MR. SHAO LI
    5. 5. SummaryI. China’s Foreign Trade SituationII. Chinese Government Pays High Attention to ImportIII. Administration of Goods-ImportIV. Administration of Alcohol ProductsV. Administration of Imported Wine 5
    6. 6. I. China’s Foreign Trade SituationA. Development of China’s Foreign TradeB. Future Outlook 6
    7. 7. I. China’s Foreign Trade SituationA. Development of China’s Foreign TradeGoods trade amount reaches $3.87 trillion,ranks No.2 in the worldService trade amount is over $470 billion,ranks No.4 in the worldContribution to the World Economy 7
    8. 8. I. China’s Foreign Trade Situation B. Future Outlook More open economy Transformation of trade developing mode 8
    9. 9. II. Chinese Government Pays High Attention to ImportA. Imports do good to both Chinese & World EconomyB. A more open marketC. Policy for import promotionD. Sino-foreign cooperation 9
    10. 10. II. Chinese Government Pays High Attention to ImportA. Imports do good to both Chinese & World EconomyFurther promotion of importImports contributes to China’s developmentChina’s imports also contribute to internationaltrade development 10
    11. 11. II. Chinese Government Pays High Attention to ImportB. A more open marketEstablish and amend Laws/Regulations Foreign Trade Law Administration of the Import and Export of GoodsAverage import tariff level is 9.8% 11
    12. 12. II. Chinese Government Pays High Attention to Import C. Policy for import promotion Issued the first official document for import promotion D. Sino-foreign cooperation 12
    13. 13. II. Chinese Government Pays High Attention to Import For China, Import promotion is a long-term strategy. Further steps: 1. Optimize the import structure 2. Make the import more convenient 3. Constantly improve the import promotion system 13
    14. 14. III. Administration of Goods-ImportA. Import prohibitionB. Import restrictionC. Free importationD. Tariff rate quotaE. State-run tradeF. Bidding for the import of electromechanicaldevice 14
    15. 15. IV. Administration of Alcohol Products A. China’s alcohol market B. Current situation of MOFCOM’s administration of alcohol circulation C. Suggestion for further cooperation 15
    16. 16. IV. Administration of Alcohol ProductsA. China’s alcohol marketAlcoholic production: 72 million tonsTotal tax contribution: RMB 84.5 billionNational consumption: over RMB 800 billionInternational trade 16
    17. 17. IV. Administration of Alcohol ProductsB. Current situation of MOFCOM’s administration ofalcohol circulation Regulation Industry Planning Monitor & Statistics Traceability System Credit System 17
    18. 18. IV. Administration of Alcohol ProductsC. Suggestion for further cooperation  Cooperative training  Traceability System 18
    19. 19. V. Administration of imported wine A. China’s Wine Market B. Regulations on imported wine C. Problems come with Growth D. CAWS 19
    20. 20. V. Administration of Imported WineA. China’s Wine MarketSince 2011, No. 5 Wine Market in the world, No.1 in Asia2012 Import: 390 million liters, $1.5 billion2012 Import from Italy: 31 million liters, $88.9 millionB. Regulations on imported wineWine: Free trade goods, with no regulations 20
    21. 21. V. Administration of Imported WineC. Problems come with GrowthForged & Fake Commodity/Price-gougingFor the sustainable development, CAWS wasfounded 21
    22. 22. V. Administration of Imported WineD. CAWSChina Association for Importers & Exporters ofWine & SpiritsYour partner for promoting sale and enhancingbrand awareness in China 22
    23. 23. Grazie ! 23

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