Association des Industries des Cidres et Vins de Fruits de l'UE (AICV)
European Cider and Fruit Wine Association
1961, as Committee of the Cider and Fruit Wine Industry of the EEC. Restructured 19 Sep 1969, as Association of the Cider and Fruit Wine Industry of the EEC – Association des industries des cidres et vins de fruits de la CEE – Vereinigung der Obst- und Fruchtweinindustrie der EWG – Vereniging van de Cider- en Vruchtenwijnindustrie van de EEG. Previously also referred to as Association of Cider and Fruit Wine Industries of the EEC and Association of the Cider and Fruit Wine Industry of the EU. EU Transparency Register: 27459429876-64.
Represent member interests among EU authorities and institutions; develop initiatives so as to promote its industries; constitute a forum for development of greater cooperation and solidarity.
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