KWV faces crossroads as industry restructures

By Arnold Kirkby | 17 June 2002

As a result of some of the most far-reaching changes in the South African wine industry, KWV is being forced to split its commercial and primary producer entities in order to adapt to the new realities in the country. Arnold Kirkby reports

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As a result of some of the most far-reaching changes in the South African wine industry, KWV is being forced to split its commercial and primary producer entities in order to adapt to the new realities in the country. Arnold Kirkby reports

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