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18th report of world wine trade

, : 18th report of world wine trade. Progres Agricole et Viticole 111(2): 32-43

In 1993, vineyards in the EU were increasingly abandoned, especially in Spain, Italy and France. An estimated surface area of 90 977 was lost in 1992/93, leaving a total of 4027 Mha. World harvest is expected to be lower for 1993 than in the previous ten years, with around 260 Mhl being produced, of which the EU accounts for 161.8 Mhl. Developing countries like South Africa and Latin America are now producing around 7% of the world total.

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