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AUSTRALIA: Allied Domecq doubles stake in Peter Lehmann Wines

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The UK-based drinks giant Allied Domecq has doubled its stake in the Australian wine company Peter Lehmann Wines Ltd. The move today sees Allied raise its share of company stock to 10.6% and saw shares the Barossa Valley producer rise 5%.


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