Following the publication of the European Commission Communication on “Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan”, the wine sector, through CEEV's statement, assures its support to reducing the harmful use of alcohol.
As stated by the European Commission, the wine sector is "among the hardest hit agri-food sectors” due to the Covid-19 pandemic. And the losses were “not compensated by home consumption”. This is why the Commission announced new measures to support the wine business.
The European Commission authorised a €1,2 billion scheme to support small enterprises called the "fond de solidarité". This temporary measure will help the most fragile businesses to survive to the Covid-19 crisis.
While the Covid-19 epidemic continues, the agri-food sector is one of the most impacted industry. It has an essentiel part for every nation. To protect the fragilized sector, the European Commission took exceptional measures.
Academics UC Davis (California) / Agricultural University of Athens / Salvador University (Argentina) / International Association of Wine Jurists (AIDV) / European Association of Wine Economists / Villa Bissinger (Aÿ) / Georges Chappaz Institute of Vine and Wine in Champagne / Burgundy School of Business
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