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Parliamentary questions
23 May 2013
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Mara Bizzotto (EFD)

 Subject:  Anti-dumping investigation by China regarding exports of European wines

Chinese wine producers who are members of the China Alcoholic Drinks Association (CADA) have asked the Chinese Government to open an investigation into wine imports from Europe.

According to the CADA, wines from Europe are being put onto the Chinese domestic market at very competitive prices compared to domestic wines, due to the allegedly excessive subsidies they receive from the EU, thereby harming Chinese producers.

— Is the Commission aware of this investigation?

— Can it report on it?

— Has it initiated a dialogue with the Chinese authorities on this issue?

— Has it evaluated the damage that any decision by the Chinese Government to endorse the complaints made by CADA will do to the European sector?

— Will it, if necessary, apply identical restrictions to the import of Chinese products placed on the EU market, which constantly infringe EU safety regulations or for which labour in violation of human rights has been used to make?

— Can it provide any data on exports of wine and wine grapes from the EU to China?

Original language of question: ITOJ C 48 E, 20/02/2014
Última actualización: 5 de junio de 2013Aviso jurídico