The conservative lobby of the European Parliament last week welcomed the recent move by the EU executive for reforming the EU’s wine regime. The European Commission’s proposals “are a positive step towards enabling the sector to recover the huge ground it has lost in the global marketplace,” MEP Neil Parish, Conservative agriculture spokesman said.
The proposals - which were unveiled to the parliament’s agriculture committee - would simplify existing rules, bring in clearer labelling and encou...
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