The second round of awards from the Scotch Whisky Action Fund have been announced.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) and Canning House, the UK's leading forum on Latin American politics, economics and business, is holding a conference in Edinburgh on 28 October.
Why the SWA believes that Minimum Unit Pricing of alcohol won't work and is likely to be illegal.
David Frost, SWA CEO, spoke on 6 October in the first of this year's Crichton Conversations in Dumfries on Scotch and the EU. This is an extract of his speech.
A Chinese court ruling in favour of Scotch Whisky against a packaging firm in the Anhui province of the country is being heralded as a legal breakthrough and a warning to other potential counterfeiters.
We have been taking action to enforce our legal rights in China on behalf of the Scotch Whisky industry for more than a decade. But a recent decision can be heralded as an important breakthrough for a number of reasons.
Many of you will have heard talk of the ‘circular economy’. They are popular buzzwords, but what do they mean in reality?
Scotch Whisky has been registered as a geographical indication (GI) – a whisky produced in Scotland in accordance with UK law – in the 17 member countries of the Organisation Africaine de la Propriete Intellectuelle (OAPI).
The Association's response the the Advocate General's opinion on the Minimum Unit Pricing of Alcohol.
Like Scotland, the SWA's new London office is open for business.