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Cognac giant Camus, the world's leading tax-free shop operator, has signed a 10 year agreement with Chinese winemaker Dragon Seal over the weekend, vowing to sell their wines in 50 of its 4,000 duty-free outlets globally within six months.
"The partnership is part of Camus' "Spirit of China" project. The French company has already struck deals with top Chinese liquor companies Moutai, Gu Yue Long Shan and Chunghwa Cognac, a liquor jointly developed by Camus and a leading Chinese cigarette company. These liquors are already on Camus' store shelves. In the agreement with Dragon Seal, Camus will introduce the company's signature Osmanthus King wine to its shops. Since last September, Camus President Cyril Camus started the plan to sell Chinese spirits in his tax-free shops at over 20 international airports, such as Rome, Paris, Bangkok, Singapore, Amsterdam and Helsinki."

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