CHINA: Diageo's Don Julio to "take advantage" of new Tequila rules

By James Wilmore | 2 August 2013

Diageo has welcomed the lifting of China's ban on high-methanol Tequila and said its Don Julio brand is well placed to capitalise on the market's projected growth.

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Diageo has welcomed the lifting of China's ban on high-methanol Tequila and said its Don Julio brand is well placed to capitalise on the market's projected growth.

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