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  Despite fears of over-production and alarm about the impact of the September 11 attacks, Australian winemakers continue to enjoy buoyant export earnings. But there are other shadows behind the apparent euphoria. Because of the lag between orders received and wine exported the newly published November statistics, do not reflect the September impact on the markets, which dominate Australian overseas sales.


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