Spotlight - The pros and cons of EU membership

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 May 2007

EU accession was a big shock to the domestic drinks industries of the new EU members, opening up their markets to greater competition, but it also provided a potential boon to exports. Three years on, Mark Rowe assesses the impact accession has had on drinks producers in the new EU member states.

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EU accession was a big shock to the domestic drinks industries of the new EU members, opening up their markets to greater competition, but it also provided a potential boon to exports. Three years on, Mark Rowe assesses the impact accession has had on drinks producers in the new EU member states.

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