As the market for branded wine and spirit products in the Western World reaches maturity, new markets are sought. Opportunities for growth in the Third World are discussed and the main problems for establishing new business in this area are identified as managerial, political, products, partners and finance. The conclusion is drawn that a market for wines and spirits does exist in the Third World although a greater degree of risk is attached to investment there than would be the case in a Western economy.
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