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kiloliter

(kĭl′ō-lē″tĕr) [Fr. kilolitre],

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One thousand liters.
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Again, in addition to the monthly (April-September 1945) entries for each refinery for which data were available the total quantities in kiloliters and gallons are given for the refineries listed.
However, projected sales of the company's ''Kirin Lager'' and ''Classic Lager'' brands are expected to total some 819,000 kiloliters, or 64.7 million boxes, down 8.6% from the preceding year, the officials said.
Its market share in Shanghai stood at 34% in 2000, with total sales of 180,000 kiloliters of beer.
Gathering production information from brewers associations, Kirin found that China produced 28.75 million kiloliters last year, up 12.9 percent, followed by the United States with 23.33 million kiloliters, up 0.9 percent.
However, since then demand from power companies and airlines has been falling faster than expected, and the company decided a larger cut by 14% or 400,000 kiloliters would be necessary, a company official said.
in the first half rose 3.8% from a year earlier to 3,443,949 kiloliters, propelled by competition for sales of happoshu.
The need for additional subsidy was a result of the expected increase in the quota for subsidized BBM from 40 million kiloliters to 47 million kiloliters.
Domestic shipments of beer totaled 439,546 kiloliters in April, down 10.8% from a year earlier, according to data released Monday by four major brewers.
During the first nine months of this year, Japanese overall shipments of beer, including low-malt beer, totaled 5.34 million kiloliters, down 0.9 percent from the same period in 1997.
The plant's capacity will be increased from the current 30,000 kiloliters to 100,000 kiloliters by 1998.
Japan's output of petroleum products in the reporting month dropped 4.6 percent from a year earlier to 14.57 million kiloliters for the fifth consecutive monthly decline, while domestic sales increased 2.0 percent to 16.57 million kl.