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France's Champagne makers are expecting sales to rise between 6% and 8% this year, indicating that the region is at last getting itself in order after the after the sharp downturn following the millennium. The CIVC, the Champagne industry body, said yesterday that close to 280m to 285m bottles of bubbly will have been sold by the end of this year, compared to the 263m in 2001.


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