AUSTRALIA: Jacob's Creek drives Orlando Wyndham profit hike
Domestic and surging export sales of its Jacob's Creek range and other brands gave Orlando Wyndham, Australia's fourth largest wine company, an after-tax profit of $A40.98m ($20.73m) for calendar 2000. The results compared favourably with the $A33.71m profits of 1999, according to accounts lodged with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
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