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Argentina's wine exports are set to reach a record high this year, according to local press reports. The Latin America News Digest said yesterday (13 October) that the country's exports of wine are expected to hit US$290m in 2004, compared to US$225m in 2003.

Exports are expected to account for 15% of Argentina's wine output this year, compared to 5% in 1998. The increase in recent years results from investments made by European companies in the domestic wine sector's technological upgrade in the 1990s, the News Digest said.

The largest importers of Argentinean wine are the UK, the US, Canada and Brazil.

In the first six months of 2004, Argentine wine exports rose by 28.2% year-on-year, hitting US$128.5m. Argentina is the fifth largest wine producer worldwide.


Sectors: Wine

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