Dried grape production, for example, had a similar variation to fresh grape production. "Climate changes affected all our producers of this fruit. We hope the new policies being taken by the current government will improve our next season. Argentina has regional economies and each province has some particularity, which also applies to the production of grapes. These regions have been hit by the policies of the previous government. If some current economic distortions are corrected, we can use our potential in better way," said Oscar Frezzi, from the Frezzi company.
Given that the vast majority of producers of this fruit are small and medium businesses, the government is implementing a program that studies the possibility of allowing special credit lines so that these companies can grow and develop. "At the national level, it's the small businesses that require more workers and therefore generate more jobs. The current government is taking many steps to encourage exports of grapes and raisins. We are confident that these incentives will give a positive result in the short term," says Frezzi.
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