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Georgia Looks Toward End of Russia's Wine Embargoi
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James Brooke
October 12, 2012
Six years ago, Russia hit Georgia with a wine embargo. Suddenly, a market that had taken 80 percent of Georgia’s wine exports was closed. VOA's James Brooke reports that now, in the days after Georgians elected a Moscow-trained prime minister, there is serious talk of lifting the embargo.

Georgia Looks Toward End of Russia's Wine Embargo

Published October 12, 2012

Six years ago, Russia hit Georgia with a wine embargo. Suddenly, a market that had taken 80 percent of Georgia’s wine exports was closed. VOA's James Brooke reports that now, in the days after Georgians elected a Moscow-trained prime minister, there is serious talk of lifting the embargo.


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