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Molinos Looks to the long-term

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Argentina’s largest food company has set itself up for long-term growth through diversification, a shopping spree and solid management. But risks abound in the short term. BUENOS AIRES – Molinos Rio de La Plata, the largest food company in Argentina, is a favorite for stock analysts, who praise its solid management, its diversification into commodities and a slew of new acquisitions as reasons for a steady rise in sales over the past decade. Now, with inflation and currency woes clouding the horizon, experts say these same policies –along with a proven capacity to increase sales– will keep the company on […]
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