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Bosnia and Herzegovina
The total area of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is covered with approximately half forest and half agricultural land (of which about half pasture, half arable land). Part of the arable land remains uncultivated (approximately 44%). On the cultivated ... more

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Food Industry in South-East Europe Part 2: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Kosovo
While in Bosnia and Herzegovina the strengthening of state-level capacities in the field of agriculture continues to be necessary, and preparations to setting up structures to implement IPARD (Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance in Rural ... more

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Kosovo
Kosovo is a relatively small country with an area of about 1,1 million ha, of which around 53% is considered to be agricultural land. Approximately 87% of the agricultural land is in private hands, the remainder is administered by the Kosovo ... more

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Albania
Albania has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Europe with a steady economic growth of 6% during the recent years, though the economic crisis has affected the country in 2009 and 2010. The economic development was accompanied by rapid ... more

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Galina Niforou, Chairwoman of BWEA: The SEE region is going through a real vine-growing, wine-making and wine-marketing renaissance
Galina Niforou, Founder & GM at OINORAMA wine consulting, BIWC Managing Director, Chairwoman of Bulgarian Wine Export Association Dear Mrs. Niforou, would you please briefly present yourself and OINORAMA? What is the company’s scope of activity? Let ... more

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Balkan countries have a long history of viticulture and wine production. Their grape-friendly soil and climatic conditions are favorable for production of many different types of wines, from dry, sparkling whites to rich, aromatic, purplish reds. ... more

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Albania
Winegrowing and winemaking traditionally represent one of the important sectors in the Albanian economy. Climatic conditions in the country are favorable for production of high-quality wines, characterized by unique sweetness and indigenous ... more

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Bulgaria
Bulgaria ranks among the most prolific world’s wine-producing nations. The country has a long history of viticulture and also is gradually finding its identity as a modern wine-producing nation, discovering new grape varieties and styles. Nowadays, ... more

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