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New 'Red Revolution' Underway In China

Chinese are traveling abroad in record numbers and those traveling to bring with them disposable income. According to GfK's analysis, nearly 110 million Chinese traveled overseas last year, spending US$229 billion. And these travels have heightened Chinese consumer's overall interest in wine consumption. Chinese wine industry - by the numbers Although most of the wine in China, 70 percent, is locally produced, wine imports are on the rise, says Tommy Keeling, analyst for Wine and Spirit Recruitment International (WSRI).
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