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  1. Thai Beverage to acquire Anhui Gujing

    Posted Apr 14th 2007, 12:00am by Kandy Wong

    ... Kandy Wong Thai Beverage, the Southeast Asian country's largest brewer and distiller, has won the right to acquire state-owned Chinese white spirits producer Anhui Gujing Group, joining a parade of international firms that are buying into mainland brands to take advantage of its booming beverage business. Talks with the Anhui provincial government, which owns the company, ...

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    Hong Kong universities urged to ban alcohol sales on campus

    Posted Aug 29th 2014, 04:22am by Arthur Chan

    ... the project team wanted to "create an alcohol-free environment for university students" in which "no alcoholic beverages are sold on campuses". With this in mind, the team has been working closely with City University and Chinese University to educate students about the harmful effects of alcohol. A University of Science and Technology student questioned the ban. "We ...

  3. Premium beer sets up Tsingtao for heady gain

    Posted Aug 03rd 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... and a pick-up in restaurant spending by Chinese consumers. 'The consumption of premium beer, such as Tsingtao, is geared towards restaurants and bars, which are highly associated with economic ...

  4. Contaminant scare hits liquor market

    Posted Sep 25th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of products of Moutai, Changyu, Tsingtao and a number of other companies that make alcoholic beverages during a nationwide inspection. The rumours sent the stock prices of almost all listed alcohol ... Al Guo Stock prices of alcohol producers tumble as internet rumours swirl about tainted spirits Several listed spirits makers were forced to defend their brands yesterday as rumours ...

  5. Want Want aims to tap women's alcohol market

    Posted May 20th 2010, 12:00am by Vivienne Chow

    ... no intention of selling this alcoholic drink, which he said was best to drink on ice, to overseas markets such as Europe and North America just yet. 'We can't even handle all of the Chinese ... Vivienne Chow in Shanghai The children who grew up with Tsai Eng-meng's rice crackers have finally reached the legal age for alcohol, which translates into a new business opportunity. ...

  6. Booze, smokes: symbols of official graft

    Posted Jan 10th 2011, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... exclusivity, privilege and power like Maotai, the fiery Chinese liquor, and Zhonghua cigarettes. Until the 1980s, they were reserved exclusively for Communist Party leaders, senior government officials ... and a bottle of standard Maotai (or Moutai, which the company uses), with an alcoholic content of 53 per cent, can fetch as much as 1,500 yuan. This has given rise to a popular saying on the mainland ...

  7. Guffaws at Maotai-PLA link-up

    Posted Jan 21st 2011, 12:00am by Ed Zhang

    ... Ed Zhang The seven military regions covering the entire mainland were reduced to a public laughing stock yesterday with the announcement of collaborative ties with Maotai, the renowned Guizhou-based liquor company. The Guizhou Daily published what read li ...

  8. Trouble brewing

    Posted Feb 25th 2009, 12:00am by David Eimer

    ... for 880,000 yuan in Shenzhen. Some are turning to western companies for help with marketing. Diageo, the world's largest alcoholic beverages firm, has joined forces with the Shuijingfang brand, ... cent in the past three decades. Even so, the mainland now holds a potential lifeline for struggling sake brewers as young Chinese rapidly are acquiring a taste for Japanese rice wine. ...

  9. Nation's No3 distiller Jiannanchun down but not out

    Posted Jun 16th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of the alcohol market. The mainland's third-ranked distiller is based in Mianzhu, one of the areas worst hit by the massive tremor in Sichuan. The province is a key alcohol production centre ... were severely damaged and 40 per cent of its crude alcohol went down the drain after ceramic storage containers broke. Group president Qiao Tianming said this year's sales targets would ...

  10. the mixer

    Posted Jun 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Alan Warboys

    ... of cocktails using Chinese liquors such as maotai, a strong distilled spirit that rivals whisky and cognac in taste and history, and mei kwei lu, sometimes referred to as Chinese rose whisky, instead ... and has a distinctive rustic flavour, with an alcohol content of up to 53 per cent. Kweichou Moutai, which costs about HK$500 for a 500ml bottle at supermarkets, has been produced for more than ...




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