FRANCE: Strong euro adds to Burgundy woes
The strong euro is doing little to help Burgundy wine growers in their efforts to restructure the sector which has been in a depressed state for the past two to three years. Trade associations recommend that growers install higher volume production equipment, make greater provision for training and instigate changes in the financial running of their businesses in order to survive the current economic downturn.
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