AUSTRALIA: Hardy to spend A$30m in Riverland

By Tony Baker | 25 June 2004

Australia's Hardy Wine Company will spend A$30m (US$21m) expanding and consolidating its operations in the South Australian Riverland region over the next three years.

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Australia's Hardy Wine Company will spend A$30m (US$21m) expanding and consolidating its operations in the South Australian Riverland region over the next three years.

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