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LITRE. A French measure of capacity. It is of the size of a decimetre, or one-tenth part of a cubic metre. It is equal to 61.028 cubic inches. Vide Measure.

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3% during the first half of 2007, reaching 1,337,000 hectoliters compared to 1,160,000 hectoliters for the same period in 2006.
2 hectoliters of wine, which is twice the present production.
2% to 4,731,000 hectoliters, compared to the first half of 2005.
volume demand, bringing output to about 17 million hectoliters.
4% to 3,605,000 hectoliters, compared to the first half of 2004.
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.
Beer volume sales increased to 4,446,000 hectoliters from 3,863,000 hectoliters a year earlier, due to both continued volume growth in Argentina and Bolivia, and strong recoveries in Paraguay and Uruguay.
50 hectoliters of water for each hectoliter of production by the end of 2012.
Beer volume sales increased to 4,776,000 hectoliters from 3,877,000 hectoliters a year earlier, principally due to continued volume growth in Bolivia and to the addition of volume from AmBev's former southern cone operations.
The company said Russia has become its largest market with about 12 million hectoliters annually.
9 million hectoliters -- Soft drink sales volumes increased 10% to 1.
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.