Decree Of December 29, 2006 Relating To The Extension Of An Addendum To The Three-Year Agreement Fixing The Mount

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 29 décembre 2006 relatif à l'extension d'un avenant à l'accord triennal fixant le mont

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JORF No. 15 of 18 January 2007 Page 1082
Text No. 31


ARRETE
Decree of 29 December 2006 on the extension of an amendment to the three-year agreement fixing the amount of the interprofessional contribution concluded in the framework of the interprofessional union of Cahors wine For the period from 1 January 2007 to 31 July 2007

NOR: AGRP0700102A ELI: http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2006/12/29/AGRP0700102A/jo/texte


The Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry, the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, and the Minister Delegate to the Budget and State Reform, Spokesperson for the Government,
In view of Articles L. 632-1 to L. 632-11 of the Rural Code relating to agricultural interprofessional organisations;
Having regard to the Decree of 15 April 1971 defining the designation of origin controlled ' Cahors " ;
Seen the Order of May 11 1982 on the recognition of the interprofessional union of Cahors wine;
In view of the Decree of 7 September 2004 on the extension of the three-year interprofessional agreement concluded in the framework of the interprofessional union of Cahors wine, For 2004-2005, 2005-2006 and 2006-2007,
Stop:

Article 1


The provisions of the Amendment to the Triennial Interprofessional Agreement on the Amount of Assessment, concluded on 27 October 2006 in the framework of the interprofessional union of Cahors wine, annexed to this Decree (1), are extended for the period from 1 January 2007 to 31 July 2007, in the wine production region of the appellation of origin controlled ' Cahors " :
-to winegrowers and producer groups producing wines with the relevant controlled appellation of origin;
-to dealers in fine wines, large and retail, wine brokers marketing this appellation.

Item 2


The Director General of Economic, European and International Policies, the Director General of Competition, Consumption and suppression of fraud and the Director General of Customs and Indirect Rights are responsible, each as far as it is concerned, for the execution of this Order, which shall be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


Done at Paris, December 29, 2006.


The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries,

For the Minister and by delegation:

By preventing the Director General

Economic Policies,

European and International:

The Rural Engineer,

Water and Forestry Engineer,

E. Giry

The Minister of the Economy,

Finance and Industry,

For the minister and delegation:

The service manager,

L. Valade

The Minister for the

Budget and the State Reform,

Government Spokesperson,

For the Minister and Delegation :

The subdirector,

J.-P.
Maze


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