New World unites over wine trade to pressure EU

By Monica Dobie | 15 May 2001

The battle between the EU and New World wine countries took a new twist last month when a New World wine treaty was agreed. Monica Dobie reports on the significance of the deal and the pressure it places on the EU to modernise.

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The battle between the EU and New World wine countries took a new twist last month when a New World wine treaty was agreed. Monica Dobie reports on the significance of the deal and the pressure it places on the EU to modernise.

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