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AUSTRALIA: Minister hails breakthrough on Wine Agreement

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The Australian agriculture minister, Warren Truss, welcomed a breakthrough this week in deadlocked negotiations between Australian and European Commission officials regarding proposed changes to the EU/Australian Wine Agreement. Truss said he now believes a revised agreement can be completed during the first half of 2003.


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