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Australia's wine export boom continues, according to latest official figures showing new records for the year to the end of March. They reached 386.7m litres, up 18.7% on volume and worth $A1.81 billion ($US910m) up 16.2% by value over the comparable 2001 figures. Official statistics from Wine of Australia showed this was 61m litres above the previous 12-month period.


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