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The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE) has spoken out against barriers to Australian wine exports into the EU. In a report on the world wine market, ABARE warned that more non-tariff barriers to Australian wines are being seen in the EU which could impede further growth.


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