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A former advisor to the French Agriculture Minister has been named as director of VINIFLHOR, the French national agency of wine, fruit, vegetables and horticulture.

Georges Pierre Malpel, formerly technical advisor on viticulture to the Minister for Agriculture, Dominique Bussereau, has been appointed to the Paris-based body.

Malpel, 64, replaces Philippe de Guenin, who was VINIFLHOR director for nearly three years. De Guenin will take up another government posting, but details have not yet been announced.

In 2005, Malpel wrote a report on viticulture in Languedoc-Roussillon. He is a graduate of ENA (École Nationale d'Administration), the elite French civil service training college.


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