Firms’ Distribution of the Frontier Tea in Sichuan Province During the Republic of China

Shuai YANG

Abstract


The tea markets of Sichuan Province were divided into the origin, entrepot and consumer markets. The original markets of tea were widely distributed in Sichuan, but the main entrepot markets were Kangding and Songpan, which were called frontier tea. This paper will focus on trading of the western frontier tea and the southern frontier tea. Meanwhile, the author will also analyze the distribution of tea firms in this area.


Keywords


Firms’ Distribution; Western frontier tea; Southern frontier tea

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