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Nemiroff started bottling vodka in Russia
3.04.2012 16:49
Nemiroff started bottling vodka in Russia

The shareholders of the Ukrainian company Nemiroff have started producing vodka at plants in Russia, in Penza Region and Tatar Republic, reports RBC daily.

At that Nemiroff has started supplying horilka (a Ukrainian alcoholic beverage) under its brand to Russia from Minsk plant Kristall.

Bringing the alcohol production into Russia was resulted mostly by cheaper spirit, said Yakov Gribov, the Nemiroff Chairman of board of directors. On the other hand Alexander Glus, the owner of blocking shareholding, said the decision on transferring the production was taken without his agreement, so it should be charged as illegal.

Nemiroff is one of the largest alcohol companies in Ukraine. The most famous brands are Nemiroff, LEX vodka.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: alcohol in Russia Russian business    

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