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Contrasting data from Canada and South Korea demonstrate how coronavirus can have significantly different impacts on attitudes and behaviour As with many other wine markets, Canada’s regular wine drinking population were on a roll prior to…
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The Coronavirus outbreak in China will decrease wine volumes by at least 20% in 2020, according to two leading members of the wine industry in China With the cancellation of ProWein this weekend, Coronavirus, or Covid-19, continues to impact…
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Almost a third of South Korean semi-annual imported wine drinkers now buy wine from discount supermarkets, marking a significant increase from 2016. Wary of high tax rates, bargain hunters are increasingly likely to opt for lower alcohol beverages such as Moscato or beer, both of which enjoy lower tax rates than standard still light wine.
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South Koreans are opening up to the world of wine
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In South Korea’s tough and fast-paced economy, the corner shop rules
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