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SPAIN: Pinord reports €10.2m turnover

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The Spanish wine company Bodegas Pinord has announced turnover for 2001 of €10.2m (US$9.0m). The company said 25% of this was from business abroad. Pinord said it expects to increase its turnover by 10% in 2002 compared to the 2001 figure. Still wines made up 49% of the company's wine production, sparkling wines 45% and cava wines 6.0%.


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