In Brazil, Days of Imported Wine and Roses

    Fine imported wine sales on the Brazilian market should reach 3.3 million boxes up to the end of the year and have a turnover of US$ 1 billion. If this figure is confirmed, it will represent a 17% increase with regard to 2003, when trade totalled 2.8 million boxes.

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