Harmful market practices are restricting competition in some Australian wine grape growing regions and limiting the potential for growth of Australia’s wine industry, according to this interim report released by the ACCC.
This issues paper will assist interested parties in making submissions to the ACCC’s wine grape market study. The paper outlines the issues that the ACCC plans to explore during the market study, based on our previous consultation with the industry, issues raised during various inquiries...
Abstract: Purpose - This paper attempts to draw a conceptual outline of how the market share – distribution relationship may be characterised in the wine category. The aim of this paper is to explain the potential contribution of future research in this area.
This paper, by Professor Ian Marsh and Brendan Shaw of AGSM, University of NSW, argues that the Australian wine industry has experienced remarkable change since the mid-1980s. Australia produces only 2% of world wine, but now holds 2.4% of the world wine market by volume...