AS Watson Group in Alcoholic Drinks (Hong Kong, China)
Over the forecast period, Watson’s Wine Cellar is expected to focus on expanding its outlets throughout Hong Kong, China and overseas to increase consumers’ accessibility to its stores. Extending the range of wines distributed will also be a focus for the retailer so as to be better aligned with consumers’ evolving needs.
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Table of contentsStrategic Direction
Summary 1 AS Watson Group - Watson's Wine Cellar: Key Facts
Summary 2 AS Watson Group - Watson's Wine Cellar: Operational Indicators
Chart 1 AS Watson Group: Watson's Wine Cellar in Hong Kong, China
Summary 3 Watson's Wine Cellar: Competitive Position 2012
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