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Poland has made an offer to the European Union to set up a system of low-duty import quotas of wine from France, Spain and Italy, according to Polish press reports. Import tax on alcohol currently stands at 40%, but could fall by half if the wine import quotas win approval of both sides. Poland also wants to liberalise the trade of butter, cheese, and milk powder, and in return expects Brussels to open EU markets to Polish fruit and vegetables, namely apples and cherries.


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