EU: EC seeks approval of Argentine imports

By | 9 September 2003

The European Commission has asked EU ministers to approve - until September 30 next year - the continuing import of wines from Argentina containing malic acid, which is banned in European wine production. Brussels said it wanted to ensure the "continued smooth progress" of negotiations towards a comprehensive EU-Argentina wine trade deal.

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