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Decanter reports on that their rival consumer title Wine International is to cease in its present format. They report that it will become a trade magazine by merging with Wine and Spirit International. The fate of the International Wine Challenge is undecided although they report it may become part of a 'Challenge' package with the International Beer and International Spirit Challenges.
"Whether it would be more biased towards trade or consumers remains opaque. The company said, 'We're not thinking of it as either a trade magazine or a consumer magazine - it will inform, entertain and stimulate readers with any level of interest in wine, spirits and beers.'

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