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Authorities in the German state of Bavaria want the EU to take steps to force the South American brewer Bavaria to change its name, according to a report by EFE News Service.

The call is part of a call to protect the "Bavarian beer" label round the world.

The report said that Bavarian Agriculture Minister Josef Miller has urged EU Agriculture Commissioner Franz Fischler to push for international negotiations to guarantee that Bavarian beer will have brand protection.


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