AUS: Treasury Wine Estates plots brands expansion

By Chris Mercer | 25 October 2011

Treasury Wine Estates has said that it plans to export more wine brands to support growth in key markets, but the group's shares fell on an uncertain outlook.

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Treasury Wine Estates has said that it plans to export more wine brands to support growth in key markets, but the group's shares fell on an uncertain outlook.

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