Senior representatives of the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) visited Mexico last week (4-7 June) to promote the industry and to sign an agreement with the regulatory body for Tequila.
The European Court has ruled that tax preferences for Hungarian spirits made from fruit, known as palinka, are illegal.
The rules for the certification trademark for Scotch Whisky in Australia have been amended.
Scotch Whisky should benefit from tax breakthroughs in Hungary which will help create a level playing field.
Scotch Whisky Association publishes its review of 2013 and sums up the key issues affecting the industry.
The reports that follow describe some of the activities of the legal department during 2013, but by no means all.
Response to Minimum Unit Pricing appeal decision from the Inner House of The Court of Session
An exhibition exploring the heritage of Scotch Whisky is open to visitors to Speyside.
In a major breakthrough, Scotch Whisky has been registered as a certification trade mark in Australia, giving consumers and the industry better protection against fakes.
Scotch Whisky exports remained strong in 2013, and Single Malt continued to increase in popularity, according to figures published today (11 April) by the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA).