Law Enforcement Officials in Xinjiang and Sichuan Seize Counterfeit Liquor Ahead of Chinese New Year

Police in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Sichuan Province have seized 2,000 bottles of fake liquor in a joint raid, according to local authorities on Monday [5 February 2018]. Urumqi police were informed last month by police in Luzhou City, Sichuan, that a person in Urumqi had been buying packaging of brand liquor from a

Guizhou Province Bans Alcoholic Beverages at Government Events

Southwest China’s Guizhou Province has vowed to outlaw alcohol drinking at all government events and official receptions for the provincial civil servants, which an expert said is aimed at regulating officials’ behavior and enforcing the Party’s eight-point rules on austerity…Full Article: The Global Times Aug 2017 Key Point In September 2017, a ban on alcoholic

Sichuan Baijiu Producer Looks to Regain Footing After Dismal 2015

Shuijingfang, a Chinese baijiu maker, aims to move upmarket to expand the brand with new investment and increased marketing. John Fan, general manager of the Shanghai-listed company, told a shareholders’ meeting on Tuesday [6 June 2017] that the premium baijiu, or rice liquor, sector in China was experiencing rapid expansion…Full Article: ECNS.cn June 2017 Key

Stock Prices for Baijiu Liquor and Consumer Staple Companies Are Forecasted to Rise in 2017

Drink a baijiu toast to the new year. China’s consumer staples stocks, led by makers of the fiery Chinese liquor, are helping drive stock gains this year as sales prospects get rosier. As China’s markets endured a year of turmoil amid concerns over the economic outlook, consumer staples was the only sector on the country’s

Baijiu Liquor Producer, Wuliangye, to Team Up with Electronic Home Appliance Retailer to Sell its Products Directly

Zhang Jindong, the chairman and founder of Suning Holdings Group Ltd, said a new collaboration agreement with liquor brand Wuliangye Group Co Ltd will help ensure fewer counterfeit goods enter the marketplace, as well as cut transport costs for both firms. Speaking at the official signing ceremony for the deal, Zhang said the tie-up will