EU producers lament concessions to US

By Alan Osborn | 11 October 2005

After 20 years, the EU has finally agreed a wine trade treaty with the US but European producers fear that too much ground has been given, particularly with regard to the protection of places of origin. Alan Osborn reports.

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After 20 years, the EU has finally agreed a wine trade treaty with the US but European producers fear that too much ground has been given, particularly with regard to the protection of places of origin. Alan Osborn reports.

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