Former Manager of China’s Famed Baijiu Liquor Producer, Moutai, Under Investigation

Tan Dinghua, former vice general manager of Chinese liquor producer Kweichow Moutai, is under investigation, local authorities said Friday [25 March 2016]. Tan is alleged to have committed “serious violations of party discipline,” according to the Communist Party of China’s Guizhou provincial discipline inspection commission…Full Article: China Daily Mar 2016 Key Point In February 2015,

Guangxi Counterfeiter Found Guilty of Producing Fake High-End Liquor

A man has been sentenced to five years on conviction of high-end liquor forgery, a court in south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region said in a press release Saturday [5 December 2015]. The man, surnamed Wu, was convicted of counterfeiting high-end liquor, including expensive brands of Maotai, Wuliangye and Luzhou Laojiao. Wu confessed to the

Baijiu Liquor Producer, Wuliangye, to Raise Money for E-Commerce Marketing via Shenzhen Stock Exchange

Wuliangye Yibin Co, China’s leading liquor maker, has disclosed a mixed-ownership reform plan, under which it aims to raise up to 2.3 billion yuan ($364.04 million) in a private share placement to fund projects, according to a filing with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on Saturday [31 October 2015]. Experts said the move is meaningful for

One of China’s Oldest Distilleries, Sichuan Swellfun, to Market their Liquor on

Chinese premium white liquor maker Sichuan Swellfun Co Ltd is poised to tap into the booming e-commerce market by working with online liquor sales platform, and launching an exclusive product to be sold on the website. Named Shangpin and priced 398 yuan, the new product is a supplement to its core portfolio, generally sold