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Strong support from UK supermarkets has helped launch South Africa's Wine Industry Ethical Trade Association (WIETA), while the attitude of importers in other EU countries could damage the long-term success of such an initiative. This body, launched yesterday, is the culmination of a four-year pilot Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI), aimed at developing credible, cost effective ways of monitoring labour practices in the production of wine exported to the UK.


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