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Breweries Were Warned About the Termination Of Their Work
28.11.2012 09:05
Breweries Were Warned About the Termination Of Their Work

Breweries will not be able to  produce their products  legally  beginning from January 1, 2013, as far as Federal Service for Alcohol Market Regulation has not prepared any order regulating the installation of meters that would control output volumes. 


The National Union of producers of beer and beverages noted that this innovation can lead to the rise in beer prices. A meter costs about 600 thousand rubles, and together with its installation it will cost three million. Brewers believe that large companies will increase prices by an average of 1.5-2 kopecks per liter, and small-scale producers, especially restaurants with "live" beverages, will raise the cost of a liter of beer by 5-6 rubles.


The law equating beer to alcohol was adopted in 2011, but its main provisions will take effect in 2012 and 2013. Meters installation is necessary due to the fact that in the next year beer production will be subject to the same accounting system as alcohol. In addition, the sale of beer will be prohibited in the stalls; advertisements of the drink, as well as its use in public places will also be illegal.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Business Market Regulation    

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