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the lost profits

International online report (guo hao, China Radio International) : when it comes to South American wine, the first thing that comes to mind is the export of wine from Chile to Argentina. But in recent years, wine from the mountains of south Rio grande, southern Brazil, has been rising to prominence in the international wine market because of its crisp taste and high "cost performance". And China, a big consumer of wine, is a "key target" for Brazilian vintners. In the past year, Brazil has exported nearly 200,000 bottles of wine to China, and some Brazilian wineries have set up shop in China and even opened online stores. Brazilian red wine is quietly entering the Chinese people's table. The evolution of human beings has been through the process of inorganic small molecule, organic small molecule, organic polymer, multi-molecular system, primitive life, low animal, high animal and so on. The value phenomenon is accompanied by the development of human beings, and it is important to understand the origin of value in order to understand the value in a comprehensive and profound way, and to eliminate the many controversies existing in the theoretical circle of value. Humans evolved from lower animals, and the value phenomenon is not born, nor is it produced overnight. It has its own origins and evolves with the evolution of human beings. On Wednesday, on the first four shopping days of Christmas, upscale stores were discounting heavily, including most of the fashion retailers. H&M offers discounts of up to 60%, while Debenhams, Fraser, French connections, gaps, new faces and Dorothy Perkins offer discounts of up to 50%. Mark carney, governor of the bank of England, is ahead of the finance committee meeting The international monetary fund (IMF) being worried, said discuss decomposition "disorderly exit may lead to the European Union, asset prices fall sharply", and is yet to be completed task list "is very long, so the time is ambitious". Frances O’Grady, the TUC general secretary, said: “Two people working next to each other, doing the same job, should get the same pay rates. But too often agency workers are treated like second-class citizens.