CROATIA: EC wine trade deal
European Union ministers have been asked to approve a wine trade deal struck between the European Commission and Croatia. If accepted, it will lead to the mutual liberalisation of import and export quotas, the lowering of tariffs and the joint recognition of protected names, such as geographic indications.
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