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Listed South African wine group Winecorp, trebled its headline earnings per share for the year ended 31 July 2002, up to 16.98c compared with 5.52c the previous year. Total revenue for the company only rose 5% to R85.2m from R81.4m the previous year. Headline earnings rose from R5.2m the previous year to R8.4m this year.


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