Winemakers point finger at DTI

By Michael Hamlyn in Business Report

Johannesburg – Wine producers are blaming the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for shifting its export focus away from developed countries because of the global credit crunch.

Su Birch, the chief executive of the industry organisation Wines of South Africa (Wosa), said on Wednesday: “The US remains the fastest-growing wine market by value. It is thus a shame that the DTI has not factored the special characteristics of world wine economics into its strategy.”
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