Chinese wines have long been overshadowed by those of the West.
But with the Chinese government announcing plans to open a new market in the United States in 2021, China’s wine sector is poised to be the global leader.
Read moreOn the eve of the inauguration, The Wall Street Journal published an article titled “China’s wine industry will be the world’s top wine market by 2020.”
The article argued that China’s wines were superior to those of Europe and America, and that China was poised to overtake the United Kingdom as the world leader in wine.
According to The Wall St. Journal article, China is now planning to open five wine markets in the U.S. in 2021.
The first of these will be in San Diego.
The markets will be open in 2021 and 2022, respectively.
In the first, the UBS Group expects China’s Wine Market to become the largest wine market in North America by 2020.
The first of the UTS markets, which will be located in San Francisco, will be opened in 2021 to the public.
The second market, which is to be opened by the wine company Zhejiang Wine Co. in 2018, will have the capacity to sell 4 million bottles a year.
The third market, in New York City, is to open in 2022.
It will have capacity to serve 1 million bottles of wine a year and will be owned by the Wine Institute of New York.
The fourth market, located in the Los Angeles area, is expected to be open by 2020 and will have a capacity of 1 million to 1.5 million bottles annually.
The last market, expected to open by 2022, will contain a capacity to handle more than 3 million bottles and will belong to the Wine Society of America.
The UTS market will have 2 million bottles in total.
China is already the largest market for wine in the world.
In fact, in 2018 Chinese wine exports reached a record high of $2.3 billion.
According the Wall Street Times, the Wine and Spirit Industry Association of China (WSIAC) is planning to create five new wine market brands and establish the world first wine market company.
This is a move that will bring a significant increase in the Chinese wine market’s global competitiveness.
According WSIAC CEO Zhang Qian, China will be leading the wine market for the next three decades.
The WSIBC is an independent organization in China that has been working on establishing new wine markets since the 1990s.
Zhang Qian said the group has recently started working on a wine market brand.
Zhang said China’s new wine marketing strategy will be aimed at attracting foreign investment in the country’s wine market, and it will also help strengthen its position in the global wine market.WSIBC has been in the process of developing a new wine brand, which has been named Wine.
According to Zhang, the new wine company will focus on China’s growing wine industry and be the first to launch a wine brand in the West, and the first in China.
Zhi said Wine has the ability to be used as a marketing tool to increase wine sales, and is a brand that is widely used and well-known in the wine industry.
Zhang said Wine is also a product that can be sold in Chinese supermarkets.
The UTS wine market is expected a major player in the market in 2021 but it has not been established yet.
The market has a capacity that will be much bigger than the USS wine market and will not be able to serve as a monopoly.
According To China Wine News, the first of China’s five wine market will be established in San Jose, California, which holds the second largest market in California and is also expected to become a major wine market market in 2019.
According this article, the wine will be bottled by the Chinese company Zhaogang Wine, with the company also developing a wine label in 2019 that will have China’s signature character.
Zhaogan Wine will open the wine markets at the end of the 2020 and end of 2021, and will focus mainly on Chinese markets.
The wine market companies also expect to sell their wines in the following markets: Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, the Middle East and North Africa.
The wines will be sold by the company in both supermarkets and restaurants.