Zeinulla Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate in Kazakhstan, is looking to increase his exports to China. Photo: Arba Wine Zeinulla Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate in Kazakhstan, is looking to increase his exports to China. Photo: Arba Wine
Zeinulla Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate in Kazakhstan, is looking to increase his exports to China. Photo: Arba Wine

China-Australia relations: from Kazakhstan to Serbia, winemakers vie for piece of Chinese market amid trade dispute

  • Proximity to China and an abundance of arable land could see Kazakhstan well-positioned to take advantage of trade row between its neighbour and Australia
  • Up-and-coming wine exporters may be less able to meet demand like France and Chile can, but could instead target China’s increasingly discerning middle class

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Zeinulla Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate in Kazakhstan, is looking to increase his exports to China. Photo: Arba Wine Zeinulla Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate in Kazakhstan, is looking to increase his exports to China. Photo: Arba Wine
Zeinulla Kakimzhanov, who owns the Arba Wine estate in Kazakhstan, is looking to increase his exports to China. Photo: Arba Wine
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