Code Red - business in China after the WTO

By Rupert Dean | 11 June 2002

The business climate in China following its ascension into the WTO is beginning to become clearer as doors of opportunity open to foreign and domestic drinks producers. But as Rupert Dean reports, plenty of caution is still being shown by the more experienced players in the market.

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The business climate in China following its ascension into the WTO is beginning to become clearer as doors of opportunity open to foreign and domestic drinks producers. But as Rupert Dean reports, plenty of caution is still being shown by the more experienced players in the market.

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