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An Australian economist has warned that Australian wine prices could fall by 10% within four years. According to local press reports, Professor Kym Anderson of Adelaide University said a major marketing expansion was needed in Australia to maintain current wine grape prices. And, that a global model of price projections was sobering news for the wine industry.


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