Intergovernmental Group on Wine and Vine Products
1968, by the Committee on Commodity Problems of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); first session Sep 1969; 4th session 1983. Rules of procedure adopted at first session, revised terms of reference and rules adopted at 4th session. An Intergovernmental Group (IGG) with Technical Secretariat the responsibility of FAO. Abolished 1999.
Provide a forum for consultation on and studies of all problems connected with wine and vine products with special reference to the relations between consumption and prices, income, trade barriers and distribution systems, and the possibilities of increasing trade and world consumption; consider how best to deal with any special difficulties which may exist or may be expected to arise and submit reports and recommendations to improve international trade and increase the viability of the vine economies in producing countries.Available with paid subscription only.
Analyzes market trends for table grapes, raisins, grape juice and must, and longer-term market prospects for wine.
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