Prices increase financial squeeze as Chile braces itself for fall out

By Simon Meads | 15 January 2001

Attracted by the popularity of Chilean wine abroad and the promise of a fast buck, more wineries than ever before have come on tap this harvest. But Chile is a victim of its own success as supply increases, prices fall and the future chances for continued investment look even more shaky. Simon Meads reports

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Attracted by the popularity of Chilean wine abroad and the promise of a fast buck, more wineries than ever before have come on tap this harvest. But Chile is a victim of its own success as supply increases, prices fall and the future chances for continued investment look even more shaky. Simon Meads reports

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