The Commodity Levies (Winemaking Grapes) Order 1998 1. It was resolved at the annual general meeting of the New Zealand Grape Growers Council in Auckland on 26 August 1999 that the levy for 2000 vintage remain at 0.75 percent plus G.S.T. 2. In accordance with the above order all growers and buyers are advised that the calculation of the levy will be on the following basis: (a) In the case of grapes processed into grape juice or grape juice concentrate before sale, on the basis of a notional price to be determined by the council as per clause 4 (2) of the order. The notional price for the year 2000 vintage is the 75 percent quartile price for the region and variety concerned: (b) In the case of grapes exported from New Zealand by or on behalf of their grower, on the basis of their f.o.b. value (exclusive of G.S.T., if any, and before deduction of any costs or charges): (c) In the case of grapes sold in New Zealand, on the basis of their farm-gate price (exclusive of G.S.T., if any, and before deduction of any costs or charges). C. N. MOORE, Executive Officer.