The IWSR Vodka in China Report
Vodka remains a challenging category in China. It is a white spirit similar to local baijiu and is dependent on pouring sales in contracted outlets. Despite this, vodka consumption has been growing over the last 10 years, with premium brands also growing.
Discover how the growth trends in China are developing, how the economic crisis has affected sales and which are the top-selling vodka brands. The IWSR Vodka in China Report shows consumption of vodka broken down by quality and by brand. The report also includes on- and off-trade splits, distributor information, 2010 forecasts and pricing information taken from in-country store checks.
This report is extracted from The IWSR's 2010 wine and spirits database.
Table of contentsConsumption Summary
CONSUMPTION - Wines: 000's 9 Litre Cases
CONSUMPTION - Spirits: 000's 9 Litre Cases
CONSUMPTION - Beer and Cider: 000's HL
CONSUMPTION - Wines: Local v Imported
CONSUMPTION - Spirits: Local v Imported
CONSUMPTION - Beer and Cider: Local v Imported
Population By Sex and Age Group - 000's
Economic Data - Annual %Change In:
CONSUMPTION/AVAILABILITY - Best Estimate of Consumption
BRAND SALES - 000 9 Litre Cases
PRICES - Renminbi - GUANGZHOU
PRICES - Renminbi - SHANGHAI
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