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China’s Growing Thirst For Wine

China’s growing middle class is looking to indulge, becoming consumers of luxury goods. Now it’s not just wearable and drivable luxury — but also fine dining and drinking — that appeals to them. In 2007, China more than doubled its imports of alcohol, to nearly 375 million dollars.
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