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  • Richard Hemming
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  • Richard Hemming
11 Nov 2008

On 27 Feb this year, duty rates on all alcohol except spirits were abolished in Hong Kong in a move intended to establish the city as a fine wine hub to rival the likes of London and New York (see here for Jancis's report from that day). At the time, their trumpeting was exuberant and optimistic, full of…

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