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Wales approves minimum price for alcohol bill By DBR Staff Writer
The National Assembly for Wales has approved a new law which will introduce a minimum price for alcohol in Wales.
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BrewDog secures approval to build $30m Brisbane brewery By DBR Staff Writer
Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has secured approval from the Brisbane City Council to begin construction of its $30m brewery in Murarrie, Brisbane, Australia.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Safety > News Scotland becomes first country to implement minimum unit alcohol price By DBR Staff Writer
The minimum unit price (MUP) for alcohol has come into force in Scotland, making it the first country in the world to implement such a law.
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Soft drinks sugar tax comes into effect in UK
By DBR Staff Writer
A levy on sugary soft drinks has come into force in the UK as part of the government’s plan to tackle childhood obesity.
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Canada proposes to take action on sugary, high-alcohol drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
Health Canada has proposed to restrict the alcohol content of single-serve highly sweetened alcoholic beverages in order to protect youth from the risks posed by the products.
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Europe's drinks sector commits to offer more product information
By DBR Staff Writer
The European Union (EU) wine sector has joined forces to rise to the challenge of alcoholic beverages self-regulation.
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Hong Kong, Argentina sign MOU to promote wine trade
By DBR Staff Writer
Hong Kong and Argentina have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to co-operate and promote wine trade between the two countries.
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EU alleges AB InBev of breach of competition practices in Belgium
By DBR Staff Writer
The European Commission has accused Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) of ‘abusing its dominant position’ in the Belgian market by preventing cheaper imports of its Jupiler and Leffe beers from the Netherlands and France into the country.
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UK freezes alcohol duty in budget
By DBR Staff Writer
UK Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a freeze on wine, spirits and beer duty in his autumn Budget.
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UK and EU wine and spirit trade bodies unite on Brexit
The UK's Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has joined forces with trade bodies from across Europe to agree a ground breaking Brexit position paper.
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Seven companies pledge to limit sugar content in drinks sold in Singapore
By DBR Staff Writer
Seven beverage companies including Coca-Cola, Nestle and PepsiCo have pledged to reduce the sugar content in their beverages sold in Singapore.
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UK works to reduce export tariffs on Scotch whisky
The UK Government is laying the groundwork to decrease export tariffs on Scotch whisky and other Scottish produce in the wake of Brexit.
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EU-Japan FTA set to improve wine exports
The European Union and Japan have concluded a trade agreement, which will improve wine exports for EU growth.
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