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Tuesday, January 16, 2007
UK based World Wine Exchange Ltd. introduced the world's first on-line wine trading floor. The World WineXchange is comparable to an international stock exchange and links wine merchants and stockists with wine buyers. Individual wines prices can.

A SQUARE :: 16Jan07 Illi Adato Q & A
Category Wine Investing
Faculty Illi Adato
Expertise Wine Trading
Author Sona Blessing
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UK based World Wine Exchange Ltd. introduced the world's first on-line wine trading floor. The World WineXchange is comparable to an international stock exchange and links wine merchants and stockists with wine buyers. Individual wines prices can be tracked real time by using the World Wine Index ticker. The service is offered free, and a 5% commission of the total transaction is charged from the buyer and seller.

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