PTE Academic summarize written text practice passages 42

PTE Academic summarize written text practice passages

PTE Academic summarize written text practice passages. Read the passage below and summarize it using one sentence. Type your response in the comment section at the bottom of the screen. You have 10 minutes to finish this task. Your response will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points in the passage.

1.The Australian wine industry is one of the ‘new darlings’ of the global wine export scene, with Australia’s emergence as a major wine exporting country largely occurring within the last 20 years. As such, the industry is still adjusting to the process of setting appropriate pricing structures in international markets which will guarantee the long term success of their brands in light of the varying factors incumbent with international trade, particularly foreign exchange rates.

According to the International Organisation of Vine and Wine, in 1995 the Australian wine industry was insignificant on the global export stage, accounting for only two percent (116 million litres) of global wine exports. During the 20 years post 1995, demand for Australian wine rapidly increased, which was satisfied by an equally sizeable (and ultimately excessive) increase in Australian wine production.

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2.In recent years, the spirit manufacturing industry in Australia has benefited from a consumer trend towards premium spirits and a growing disposition to try different alcoholic products including those made with locally-sourced, high quality and high value ingredients. This trend has contributed to the increasing popularity of gin, craft beer, cider and whisky.

Australia’s reputation for producing premium spirits has contributed to a solid growth in exports which now account for around 34% of the spirit industry revenue (up from 29% in 2010-11). Whisky is the fastest growing spirit export category  with the main export market destinations being New Zealand and certain regions in Asia.

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14 thoughts on “PTE Academic summarize written text practice passages 42

  1. By being customer fastidious with regard to try for variety of alcoholic beverages ,which promoted to local beverages as well ,and facilitated Australia’s revenue surged up by in order to become popular in newzland and some parts of Asia.

  2. Despite becoming the major wine export industry across the globe in the last 20 years, Australian Wine Industry is still in a process of setting pricing structure in accordance to international market, particularly in foreign exchange rate.

  3. With increasing consumer interests in trying out variety of locally-produced and high quality alcoholic beverages, the revenue of Australian spirit manufacturing industry has surged up recently making it popular export product in New Zealand and Asia.

  4. 1. Australia wine industry was miserable till 1995, but in the new millennium it became a giant in wine exporting and it’s still fixing its prices that is independent of foreign exchange rates ensure success for long.

    2. Premium and locally enriched alcoholic product demands promoted the spirit industry in Australia the export of which majorly to New Zealand and Asia share one-third generated revenue of spirit production.

  5. In last 20 years, Australian wine industry, which is ,currently, setting pricing in international market for its log-term success particularly foreign exchange rate, has increased its wine production due to increased demand for Australian wine.

  6. Demand for Australian wine has boomed in last 20 year compared to report given by International Organisation of Vine and Wine, in 1995 which indicated only 2% of global wine export and for further develoment they are including international trade as well.

  7. Australian spirit manufacturing industries tried alcohol production which increased their export percentage from 29% to 34% and it mainly, effected the export of whiskey to New Zealand and central Asia.

  8. The Australian wine industry, which is growing equal to increase in its demand at world level, is still adjusting prices with the international market, will succeed even though international trade and foreign exchange rate vary.

  9. The demand for Australian wine globally has increased within the last 20 years; therefore, the industry is still adjusting varying factors which will guarantee the long-term success of their brands.

  10. Australia’s spirit manufacturing industry has benefited from a consumer trend towards premium spirits and different alcoholic products; however, whisky is the fastest growing spirit export category.

  11. 1. Australia is emerging as a major wine exporting country in past 20 yrs due to increasing demand for its wine, even though, it is still putting in place appropriate measures to guarantee long term success of its brands

    2. Australia’s spirit manufacturing industry has seen increase in exports due to increasing demand for premium spirits, with whisky being the most exported spirit and main destinations being New Zealand and certain regions in Asia

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