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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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15 million hectoliters, while only in the first three months of this year the quota for export of bulk wine to the countries of the European Union of 31,400,000 liters had already been fulfilled," Minister Konjanovski said.
9% to 5,437,000 hectoliters, compared to the first half of 2006.
Macedonia produces some 650,000 hectoliters of bottled wine a year.
Rising two places to number three, meanwhile, was Russia, with 96 million hectoliters of consumption.
Beer volume sales increased to 8,249,000 hectoliters from 7,783,000 hectoliters a year earlier, due to improvements in all of the Company's markets.
In 2001, AmBev's net sales of almost 65 million hectoliters brought it $2.
The Polish beer market is an attractive one, with more than 30 million hectoliters - approximately 22 million barrels - and an annual growth rate of 4%, according to CANADEAN (an independent research company).
The facility currently produces 10 million hectoliters of beer a year, but the footprint and infrastructure were designed for rapid expansion up to 25 million hectoliters and beyond.
Total beer production rose by 6% or close to 100 million hectoliters to just under 1.
Beer volume sales increased to 7,783,000 hectoliters from 7,205,000 hectoliters a year earlier, due to improvements in all of the Company's markets.
7 million hectoliters and a broad portfolio of international and local brands, including Heineken and Amstel.
7 million hectoliters, up about 12 percent from a year earlier, when they fell 5.