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The European Commission has increased its grants for the restructuring and conversion of vineyards in the EU in the 2002-3 marketing year by 5% from 2001-2 to €443m (£270m). The allocation will be topped up by some €42m (£26m) which was unspent in 2001-2 because not all countries could justify claims.


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