BELGIUM: EU threatens Canada over drinks tariffs

By Keith Nuthall | 29 November 2006

The European Commission has launched formal World Trade Organisation (WTO) disputes proceedings with Canada over a discriminatory tax break for Canadian wine and beer producers.

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The European Commission has launched formal World Trade Organisation (WTO) disputes proceedings with Canada over a discriminatory tax break for Canadian wine and beer producers.

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