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SOUTH AFRICA: Exports expected to increase – Rand strengthens

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In spite of a strengthening of the Rand against most major currencies, South African bottled wine exports for the year were expected to increase by at least 20% on last year's figure and almost double the 93 million-litre volumes of 2000. Wines of South Africa CEO, Su Birch was optimistic that they might even top the 200 million-litre mark by year-end.


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