Publications on a theme "Vodka filling and bottling lines"
Today Russian government has a unique opportunity to analyze its own activity during the last decade. What did the government do for the alcohol industry? During this last decade the state’s excise policy was just good for nothing because its only goal was to keep excise gatherings getting higher. And as crude oil price started to grow since early 2000s the government totally lost interest to excise policy as a possible regulator of alcohol market. Pre-crisis market of vodka and cheap substitutes demonstrated stability with about 25% of market volume provided by cheap substitutes, another 25% – by undocumented vodka, and 50% – by legal product.