RESEARCH: Chinese soft drinks grow despite SARS

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 26 September 2003

The cutback in domestic tourism caused by this year's SARS outbreak will have a detrimental effect on the Chinese soft drinks market but the category will still continue to grow at a rate faster than that for all commercial beverages, says a new report.

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The cutback in domestic tourism caused by this year's SARS outbreak will have a detrimental effect on the Chinese soft drinks market but the category will still continue to grow at a rate faster than that for all commercial beverages, says a new report.

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