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China Foods to offload Great Wall owner COFCO Wines & Spirits amid slowing wine market

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China Foods has blamed a slowing Chinese wine market for its decision to sell COFCO Wines & Spirits, one of the largest alcohol importers in the country and the owner of the domestic brand, Great Wall.


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