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The Ministry of Finance proposed to allow online alcohol trading with 2020 of the year

The Ministry of Finance proposed to allow online alcohol trading with 2020 of the year
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The Ministry of Finance finalized the draft law on the legalization of the sale of alcohol through the Internet. From 1 in January 2020 of the year to 1 in January of 2021, it is proposed to allow wines and sparkling wines with a protected geographical indication and protected appellation of origin to manufacturers and wholesale companies to be sold through online sites. About it сообщает RBC.

At the second stage of the implementation of the bill before 1 in January 2023, the online sale of beer, mead, cider, poiret and beer products to manufacturers and wholesale companies will be allowed. Also the opportunity to do online sales will be agricultural companies producing wine. For retailers, the opportunity to become part of the online alcohol trade will be closed.

According to representatives of the Ministry of Finance, the bill has already been agreed at the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Industry and Trade. After that, he must go through another revision and go back to interdepartmental coordination.

A successive opponent of the legalization of online alcohol trading is the Ministry of Health. The department in the past has already rejected a similar bill and intends to oppose this initiative in the future.