Trade associations are gearing up to persuade the U.S. Congress to pass legislation that would permanently reduce the federal excise taxes for alcohol producers.

While there is considerable support from legislators for the bill, passage will be challenging given the focus of the legislators on the impeachment of President Trump, combined with relatively few days left in the legislative calendar year.

United Kingdom, wine/spirits sectors seek help with mandatory glass recycling costs

05-01-2023 | News

Wine and spirits businesses are seeking help from the UK government regarding...

Putin approves measures to develop viticulture and winemaking in Russia

05-01-2023 | News

President Putting has reportedly instructed the Russian government to implement a long-term...

Japan proposes recognition of nine additional GIs for UK alcohol beverages

05-01-2023 | News

Japan’s National Tax Agency (NTA) has proposed nine new geographical indications (GIs)...

Australia has indicated flexibility with WTO cases against China

05-01-2023 | News

 In advance of visiting China next month, Australia’s Trade Minister has...

United States: California’s $46 billion wine sector prepares to weather climate change

14-12-2022 | News

California’s wine sector has been preparing for threats posed by climate change...

Ukraine: Lawmakers approve alcohol geographical indications legislation

14-12-2022 | News

The Supreme Council of Ukraine has reportedly adopted draft legislation, "On...

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