Wine Gaining Ground in US Trade Outlook
by Cyril Penn
Jan 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Wine, the number one agricultural export product for Europe, has always been used as a bargaining chip in trade discussions, but this is changing, Wine Institute president John DeLuca reports. "We have increasing support among the negotiators for our point of view."The US House of Representatives by 215-to-214, has recently voted to give President Bush broader authority to forge international trade agreements and a recent letter from members of Congress urging the president not to reduce duties ...
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