spiritsNEWS November 2016

Our plea to MEPs: Now is the time… time to say #CETANOW
We are well aware that there are some who are vehemently opposed. We respect their opinion, but we disagree with them (...)
Thank you Mr Commissioner
spiritsEUROPE promoting a Taste of Europe with Commissioner Phil Hogan (…)
Moderate drinkers enjoy better employment prospects and better wages compared with heavy drinkers & abstainers
On 23 November 2016, OECD published the fourth edition of their report “Health at a Glance” which presents the key indicators of health and health systems in the 28 EU countries (…)
The spirit sector will appeal the Scottish Court decision on Minimum Unit Pricing to the UK Supreme Court
We are confident of the ultimate outcome at the UK Supreme Court (…)
Internal Market: great principles; but regrettable that some Member States don’t apply them
While the EU internal market is regularly and rightly hailed as a success, it is not without its failings: on many occasions, at least in the spirits sector, it is individual Member States that cause the problems, e.g., Croatia and Sweden (…)
spiritsEUROPE in action this Autumn
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