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Though the South African wine industry's role in the country's agricultural industry was deceptively small, in reality it yielded significant indirect benefits to the economy as a major employer, exporter and foreign tourist draw-card. Addressing this year's Cape Wine 2002 trade exhibition yesterday, chief economist for Nedcor banking, Dennis Dykes attributed its importance to the multiple facets in which it contributed to the economy.


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