2000. PORTUGAL, GOING ALONG WITH SPAIN

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The Cordoba company Todolivo promoted the first plantations by Portuguese investors in our neighboring country. Since then, the number of plantations in Portugal has not stopped growing. Local investors and above all, Spaniards who are attracted by the still lower value of land in comparison to Spain, have made Portugal into a country to keep in mind with regards to European olive oil production in the future. The growth potential for the new plantations in this neighboring country is very high and most likely even higher than countries with much greater productions such as Italy and Greece.