Brewers ask the Federation Council to support the remote sale of alcohol 03:37

The Brewers’ Association (APP) appealed to the Chairman of the Federation Council, Valentina Matviyenko, with a request to support the adoption of a bill to lift the ban on remote selling of alcohol. Objection available DEA News.

AMS felt it was important to legalize this sales channel to launder the market. The association said that according to Russian and international experience, radical restrictions on the availability of alcoholic beverages were accompanied by outbursts of crime.

According to the Brewers’ Association, the ban on remote selling of alcohol has turned into a market for the shadow alcohol era. At the same time, lifting the ban would significantly increase taxes and excise duties, as well as eliminating the shadow market.

It is noted that the age of the buyer can be checked both at the stage of concluding an agreement and during the transfer of goods – by checking the QR code and the document confirming receipt of the goods by the customer.

Also on the eve of AKIT suggested Selling alcohol remotely using QR codes for protection.

Source: Gazeta


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