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Barriers to trade exchanges in the world wine market

, : Barriers to trade exchanges in the world wine market. Bulletin de l' OIV ( 745/746): 253-264

Free trade has been institutionalized on the international markets and its virtues have been extolled. However, world trade lives under the constant threat of more and more subtle protectionist measures. This paper examines the major barriers to trade exchanges (in particular for wine), before approaching how to deal with them. Trade barriers are identified according to the EC and the GATT.

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