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New Zealand wine exports are forecast to increase three-fold over the next five years, according to the Wine Institute's Annual Statistical Review, taking the annual export value to $1bn. Compared to 19.2m litres for the year ended June 2001, exports are predicted to jump to 60.4m litres for the year ended June 2006.


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