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Australia's Treasury Wine Estates vows reset after big loss

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SYDNEY - Global drinks giant Treasury Wine Estates on Thursday reported a net loss of Aus$100.9 million (US$93.3 million) during a year in which the firm replaced its chief executive and became a takeover target. 

Australia's Treasury Wine Estates, the world's largest publicly-listed pure-play wine company, said after 12 months of upheaval it was "poised for re-set and a return to sustainable growth"

The world's largest publicly-listed pure-play wine company, with over 80 brands, said after 12 months of upheaval it was "poised for re-set and a return to sustainable growth".

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