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The Australian wine giant BRL Hardy has bucked the recent sluggish performances in the Australian wine trade and is expected to report a profit of $A72m on 7 March 2002.

The robust results have been driven by a strong performance by the company#;s European operations particularly the UK.

The entire company's results are up from a profit of $A58m in 2000/2001.


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