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Australia's financially troubled National Wine Centre has effectively been handed over by the government to the Australian Winemakers Federation for just A$1 ($0.57) a year. Since the centre opened in Adelaide a year ago as a showcase for the industry, it has cost the taxpayer of around A$40m ($26.8m) in a series of bail-outs.


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