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- 22 / 03 / 2020 -
Wine management principles

On February 5, 2020, the Government issued Decree No. 17/2020 / ND-CP on amending and supplementing a number of articles of decrees related to business investment conditions in the field under state management of Ministry of Industry and Trade. This Decree takes effect from March 22, 2020.
Regarding wine commerce, the Government’s Decree No. 17/2020 / ND-CP amended and supplemented a number of articles and clauses of the Government’s Decree No. 105/2017 / ND-CP of September 14, 2017, on wine commerce.
Accordingly, the management of alcohol must adhere to the following principles:
1. Liquor business is on the list of sectors and trades subject to conditional business investment. Organizations and individuals engaged in liquor trading activities must comply with the provisions of the Law on Prevention and Control of Alcohol and Beer Harm and the provisions of this Decree.
2. Traders of industrial liquor, manual liquor production for the purpose of trading, distributing wine, wholesaling liquor and retailing alcoholic beverages of 5.5 degrees or higher must have a permit; liquor traders with an alcohol content of 5.5 degrees or higher for on-spot consumption, liquor traders with an alcohol content of less than 5.5 degrees must register with the Economic Department or the District Economic and Infrastructure Division; households and individuals manually producing liquor with an alcoholic content of 5.5 degrees or more and selling it to establishments having liquor production licenses for re-processing must register with the commune-level People’s Committees of the localities where the production establishments are located. export.
3. In the process of distributing, wholesaling and / or retailing liquors, traders must abide by the law provisions on environmental protection, food safety, fire prevention and fighting. In the process of selling on-the-spot consumer liquor, traders must comply with the regulations on fire prevention and fighting and environmental protection in accordance with law.
The promulgation of Decree 17/2020 / ND-CP is necessary in the current context. Because, the strong socio-economic development takes place not only within the national and international scope but also leading to guidelines on the management of conditions in certain business areas that must change to satisfy the current situation.