AUSTRALIA: McGuigan Simeon H1 profits surge 35%
Australian winemaker McGuigan Simeon has recorded a 35% increase in half-year profit, A$9.3m (US$5.6m) on 47% higher revenue, A$107m. A merger of the New South Wales-based McGuigan Wines and Simeon of South Australia, the company said it boosted exports in the half year by 110% for bottled and 82% for bulk wines, though domestic sales edged only 7% higher.
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