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In a bid to build a presence for Canadian wines in mainland China, the General Consulate of Canada in Guangdong and Canadian Wine Industry Quality Association have announced a major co-operation with the Guangdong Nanfang Mingjiu Wine Transaction Center. Canadian business commissioner, Gretchen Bozak, said that the Guangdong Nanfang Mingjiu Transaction Center had been chosen as a partner to assist Canadian wines in gaining a foothold in China because of its experience, local knowledge and access to distribution channels.


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