hectoliter


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hec·to·li·ter

(hek'tō-lē-tĕr),
One hundred liters, the equivalent of 105.7 quarts or 26.4 U.S. (22 imperial) gallons.

hectoliter

(hĕk′tō-lē″tĕr) [″ + litra, a pound]
One hundred liters.

hec·to·li·ter

(hek'tō-lē-tĕr)
100 liters.
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While the increase in net sales per hectoliter contributed strongly to the higher profitability, cash SG&A in the beer segment declined 2.
2 hectoliters of wine, which is twice the present production.
304 million birr was agreed by the CBE to be paid out for Bedele and 281 million birr for the Harar breweries, revealing that Heineken will increase the current production from 300 thousand hectoliters to 450 thousand hectoliters.
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Italy's production will again place the country in the second spot behind France, where output is forecast to be close to 58 million hectoliters.
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In the 1997-98 season, the 15-member states produced 160 million hectoliters of wine - 58 million hectoliters of quality wine, 91 million of table wine and 13 million of other types.
Sales were 658,000 hectoliters, with the value figure at 2.
thousand hectoliters, while operating income before management
8 million hectoliters in the second quarter of 2004, and operating profit from beverages increased 31 percent in the quarter.
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