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Le complexe vitivinicole uruguayen : des spécificités révélées par les modalités des investissements directs étrangers (IDE)

Abstract : Although Mercosur has defined exception clauses allowing for the protection of the Uruguayan wine supply chain, which is currently undergoing reconversion in the direction of quality wines (wines of superior quality and fine wines), we find differentiated modes of direct foreign investment (DFI) in the country depending on whether association is sought or not with local actors. In Uruguay, in the majority of cases, development of its wine supply chain operations takes place under family coordination. However, organizational proximity among different actors has two logics - a logic of belonging and a logic of similarity. For that reason, direct foreign investment in Uruguay is less common than in Argentina, where investment tends to be carried out in more classical forms by actors who acquire existing production facilities, who have the capability to create them, or who are experts in capital investment.
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Alfredo Blum, Martine Guibert. Le complexe vitivinicole uruguayen : des spécificités révélées par les modalités des investissements directs étrangers (IDE). Les Cahiers d’Outre-Mer. Revue de géographie de Bordeaux, Presses universitaires de Bordeaux, 2005, pp.329-352. ⟨halshs-00633004⟩

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