SOUTH AFRICA: Distell profits up, turns focus to export drive

By Chris Brook-Carter | 15 October 2002

South Africa’s largest wine and spirits producer Distell announced yesterday that it plans to increase its export revenues as a proportion of the company’s entire sales to a quarter within five years.

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South Africa’s largest wine and spirits producer Distell announced yesterday that it plans to increase its export revenues as a proportion of the company’s entire sales to a quarter within five years.

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