Alan Park, Scotch Whisky Association legal adviser, describes the importance of protecting Scotland’s national drink.
SWA response to BBC report on European opposition to minimum unit pricing of alcohol (MUP).
A look forward to increased trade and renewed interest in exports to Central America following the new trade agreements of 1 August.
UK Government Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne has told MPs that minimum unit pricing of alcohol will not be taken forward. A ban on sales below duty and Vat is being introduced in England and Wales.
Taiwan is a great place to do business and is an important and growing market for Scotch Whisky. In fact, it is the largest export market by value for Scotch in Asia, totalling £165 million in customs value alone last year.
High-profile scandals in the European Union (EU) have brought food fraud to the top of the political agenda, presenting new opportunities in our campaign to protect Scotch Whisky.
Scotch Whisky: From Grain to Glass exhibition opens in Glagow's Mitchell Library from Friday 31 May to Wednesday 31 July 2013.
Martin Bell, SWA deputy director of international affairs, provides an update on the growing market in Vietnam for Scotch Whisky.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Rothesay was in Speyside today to mark further expansion of the Scotch Whisky industry.
An exhibition exploring the rich heritage of Scotland’s national drink will be on display in the main hall of Glasgow’s Mitchell Library from the end of May.