CHINA: Beer exports in July still down on 2003
China's beer exports in July continued the country's downward trend. Figures released by China's General Administration of Customs showed that the country exported 12.23m litres of beer valued at US$5.8m in July.
Exports in the seven months from January to July reached 78.49m litres valued at US$38.781m, down 19% and 21.7% respectively year-on-year.
Exports have been behind 2003's exports throughout this year, dropping behind by as much as 22.2% in value in April.
Sectors: Beer & cider
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