Fighting fakes in China - part 5
8 Nov 2013 by Guest contributor
Written by  Nick Bartman.  See our guide to  Fighting fakes in China . It was now time for us to leave the wine companies in Penglai and Yantai alone (the picture below shows anti-counterfeit officials interrogating suspects in Yantai). The jungle drums were well and truly beating and suspicions were being voiced by the local government-controlled wine bureau that I had encountered during my visit some months before. When we walked into new companies, the looks on faces were a signal that this bureau had been on the phone, warning that we had visited an unusual amount of suppliers. Nobody had yet connected us with...

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