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Wines of South Africa have said that the country's wine industry will unite to take advantage of the south African EU trade pact that will see duty free concessions for the wine industry.   Early this year the South Africans and the EU agreed a deal that allows South Africa to currently export 42m litres of bottled wine a year, free of customs tariffs into the EU, a quantity that will increase 3% every year.


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