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The European Commission has admitted to being angered by the decision of the European Union's Council of Ministers to authorise additional national state aids for distillation. The subsidies are to be paid by the German, Italian and French governments to their wine industries, despite the fact that a new EU system of payments has only been in existence since August 1.


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