ASIA: Winemakers can capitalise on opportunities beyond China - study

By James Wilmore | 10 December 2012

China will remain Asia's most appealing wine market for international brands over the next five years, but producers should be prepared to capitalise on the continent's other key regions, according to a new report.

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China will remain Asia's most appealing wine market for international brands over the next five years, but producers should be prepared to capitalise on the continent's other key regions, according to a new report.

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