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Helped by steady economic growth and increasing disposable incomes, China's consumption of beer increased by around 6% in 2002. However, a report released today said the traditionally strong urban market could finally be reaching maturity. As a result, producers may have to turn their attention towards targeting consumers in rural areas.


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