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The European Commission has launched an investigation into the aid paid to German producers of grain brandy. This is in response to the refusal by the German authorities to comply with a Commission recommendation in June, where German authorities were asked to reform the Spirits Monopoly Law as regards grain brandy, by discontinuing operating aid being granted to industrial producers and agricultural producers of grain brand.


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