Is China’s Thirst for Hard Liquor Drying Up?

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Nov. 11 (Bloomberg) –- In today's "Global Outlook," Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert takes a look at the shift in China’s liquor consumption on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)

To take the country to the next level.

How do you position yourself for all of this?

That is the subject of today's global outlook.

Crisis is one of the most important and crucial policy meetings in china in recent years, if not the most important one since the late 1970s. china strategic sure he is china's trajectory and where it goes will be determined by the policies decided on today.

Access in the government, lavished dan quits, expensive giftgiving and traditional chinese spirits, which we now come with a high price tag.

So much that there has been a tangible impact.

Stock prices, take a look among some of the biggest liquor makers, the top four spirits makers, have fallen in every to 52%. it is not surprising given the giftgiving make up a good portion of sales in these expensive liquors.

Baby formula producers have benefited.

Whether it is a function of a shipment -- a shift in focus on chinese consumption are even support from beijing to clean up china's tainted dairy industry, it remains to be seen.

This could be another investment theme worth exploring.

The government is getting serious about food safety and bringing back confidence among the chinese in a local producers.

This is the analyst consensus ratings for that stock.

Easy gains for each of them.

It looks like ely -- they look like ely industrial -- yili and usher was the best performer.

Let's get more and china.

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