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Berrys go into Japan
2 Oct 2008 by Julia Harding MW
Is there no end to Berry Bros’ imperialistic ambitions? Not content with owning most of St James’s in London, they are already oldtimers in both Hong Kong and Ireland with a thriving retail presence in each market – and now they are concretising their expansion into Japan – a market that has been a little quiet of late but seems set for a resurgence. Berry Bros & Rudd has been selling wine to Japanese customers, both private and trade, for a number of years. Indeed it was the Japanese who were rumoured to be the most enthusiastic purchasers of incredibly expensive bottles from what was once Berrys’ thriving airside wine...

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