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Forbes, Steve
May 2008
Forbes Asia;5/5/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p10
The author comments on the reversal of the government of France's decision to restrict the appellation Champagne to wines grown in its province of Champagne. Some European states expressed concern on products marketed under a particular geographic name that are not produced in that specific region. The French government has announced that it is expanding the region in which Champagne can be produced and still bear the name, after the global economic boom, particularly in China and India, has led to explosive growth in the demand for Champagne.


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