CHINA: Fake spirits dominate China's HORECA sector

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 June 2003

A survey by the China National Administration for Industry and Commerce in Beijing, Shenyang, Zhengzhou and Chengdu claims more than 70% of "imported" spirits sold in restaurants and hotels in the four cities is fake.

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A survey by the China National Administration for Industry and Commerce in Beijing, Shenyang, Zhengzhou and Chengdu claims more than 70% of "imported" spirits sold in restaurants and hotels in the four cities is fake.

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