The delegation will participate in specialized fairs “Interwine” in Beijing and Guangzhou, and three Road Shows in Xiamen, Shanghai and Shenzhen to promote their wines in those markets and strengthen business relationships.
The Danish company, that operates in 77 countries, will be installed in the province of Buenos Aires and will add 300 direct and indirect jobs.
On a national level, we’re going to multiply our size in the country by 6 percent within 5 years, and we’ll go from 400 to 2400 people, of which 900 will be in Mendoza. At the level of investment, only in salaries, in 5 years we would be talking about more than 200,000,000 dollars throughout country, which in Mendoza would mean around 75,000,000 dollars. In addition, there would exist new departments/areas, some that will serve the region of America, and others only Argentina.
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The goal of the plan, launched by the Government of Mendoza, is to motivate the business sector to make investments that will generate legitimate employment.