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European wine sector policy and the UK wine industry

, : European wine sector policy and the UK wine industry. Journal of Wine Research 5(2): 135-146

The average consumption figure for wine in the EU during the 1986-90 period was 22% less than in 1976-80. Wine production has not declined at the same rate, and faced with the resulting serious imbalance between production and consumption, the EU Commission published a discussion paper in July 1993 on the development and future of its wine sector policy.

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DOI: 10.1080/09571269408717992

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