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Michel Laroche, the French wine group has reported year-end consolidated turnover for 2001/2002 of  €28.9m (US$26.1m), an increase of 5% on the previous year. Exports made up the lion's share of the company's turnover, with 85% of sales going to 75 markets around the world. The Chablis-based wine group, which specialises in premium, bottled wine, will announce the rest of its results at the end of June.


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