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MACEDONIA: EU To Sign Wine Trade Deal With Macedonia

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European Union ministers have been asked to approve another Balkans wine trade deal struck between the European Commission and, this time, Macedonia. If it is accepted, it will - as with the recent deal with Croatia - lead to the mutual liberalisation of import and export quotas, the lowering of tariffs and the joint recognition of protected names, such as geographic indications.


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