Business News 21.1.2017 07:28 pm

SA wines showcased at WEF 2017 in Davos

Growth in contribution to the GDP had been at least 10 percent a year since 2003.

Brand South Africa (BSA) has showcased a range of South African wines to global leaders in Davos, Switzerland, on the margins of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

SA wines showcased at WEF 2017 in Davos
SA wines showcased at WEF 2017 in Davos

SA wines showcased at WEF 2017 in Davos

Growth in contribution to the GDP had been at least 10 percent a year since 2003.

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