Lead markets hold key to KWV's global aspirations

By Chris Brook-Carter | 9 July 2001

KWV has had more to do than most to overcome the prejudices associated with the South African wine industry and the inefficiencies of its apartheid era. Managing director of KWV International Vernon Davis talks to Chris Brook-Carter about the success so far and the unveiling of phase two of KWV's strategic direction.

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KWV has had more to do than most to overcome the prejudices associated with the South African wine industry and the inefficiencies of its apartheid era. Managing director of KWV International Vernon Davis talks to Chris Brook-Carter about the success so far and the unveiling of phase two of KWV's strategic direction.

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