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Spanish drinks company Osborne recorded a consolidated net profit for 2001/2002 up 20% year-on-year to €23.2m (US$21.8m).   The company has grown by 81% over the last four fiscal years, the company said. Gross turnover was €369m for the year, up 3%. of which over half was generated through sales of brandy and anisette. Osborne has a 35% of the Spanish brandy and anisette market.


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