Tequila Could be Trendy in China

China received its very first shipment of more than 70,300 bottles and ten different brands of the finest quality tequila from Mexico this August, after President Xi Jinping lifted a ban on the popular alcoholic beverage in a move that promises to strengthen trade ties between the two nations.

As a result, tequila producers in Mexico hope to make China their second largest market worldwide in a major trade deal that is already benefiting tens of thousands of Mexican families. Five different varieties of top shelf tequila are now reportedly being marketed in China.

“Mexican officials say they expect . . .

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