BELGIUM: EC lines up grants for European wine

By Keith Nuthall | 24 July 2008

The European Commission has today (24 July) announced the release of EUR5.4m (US$8.5m) in grants to European Union (EU) wine producers to help them market their products across the EU.

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The European Commission has today (24 July) announced the release of EUR5.4m (US$8.5m) in grants to European Union (EU) wine producers to help them market their products across the EU.

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