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By Owain Johnson Venezuela's market for alcoholic beverages is set to contract between 10 and 15% in 2002, according to estimates by Pernod Ricard. The projected decline relates to the oil-rich country's current economic slowdown and to falling exchange rate against the US dollar, which has made imports around 30% more expensive.


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