AUSTRALIA: Exports continue to surge
Australia's wine export boom continues, according to latest official figures showing new records for the year to the end of March. They reached 386.7m litres, up 18.7% on volume and worth $A1.81 billion ($US910m) up 16.2% by value over the comparable 2001 figures. Official statistics from Wine of Australia showed this was 61m litres above the previous 12-month period.
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