Premier Christy Clark called on to revoke or modify plans to favour the sale of B.C. wines in grocery stores
California wine producers claim B.C. liquor reforms violate NAFTA, GATT, and EU-Canada Agreement.
Wine Institute, the association representing California wine producers, has called on Premier Christy Clark to revoke or modify plans to favour the sale of B.C. wines in grocery stores.
In a January 21 letter to the premier, Wine Institute objects to three policies announced last month, claiming that “they violate Canada’s international trade obligations including NAFTA, GATT and the EU-Agreement on wine sales”.
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