CHILE: Peso pushes Chile's wineries to breaking point

By Chris Mercer | 26 January 2011

Many small Chilean wineries are struggling to survive the country's strong peso currency, which has damaged the value of exports, according to Rabobank.

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Many small Chilean wineries are struggling to survive the country's strong peso currency, which has damaged the value of exports, according to Rabobank.

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