CHINA: Wholesaler sent to prison over "fake" Scotch whisky

By James Wilmore | 25 January 2013

A wholesaler in China has been given a four-year prison sentence for selling "fake" Scotch whisky in the country's first case centered on the term 'Scotch'.

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A wholesaler in China has been given a four-year prison sentence for selling "fake" Scotch whisky in the country's first case centered on the term 'Scotch'.

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