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Drought Threatens Chile's Wine and Mining Industries

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Chile resembles an inverted California with a 2,435-mile long Pacific coastline ranging from a desert north to a lush green south and it is facing an eight-year dry spell that has left fruit withered, miners grappling for enough water to run plants and the forestry industry facing some of the worst wildfires in the last century.