FRANCE: Wine companies offered credit lifeline

By Stuart Todd | 4 June 2009

The French Treasury has signed a deal with the country's wine and spirits trade bodies FEVS and AGEV to help struggling wine firms gain access to credit.

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The French Treasury has signed a deal with the country's wine and spirits trade bodies FEVS and AGEV to help struggling wine firms gain access to credit.

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