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UCCOAR, a wine co-operative in the Languedoc region of south-west France, is set to invest  €4m in planting a 400 hectare vineyard in the Dominican Republic. The project also makes provision for the construction of a vinification facility and bottling centre, which is expected to create almost 300 jobs.


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