UK: Ministers propose mandatory code for alcohol retailers

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 December 2008

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has said it will work with the government on its proposal to implement a mandatory code of practice for retailers selling alcohol.

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The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has said it will work with the government on its proposal to implement a mandatory code of practice for retailers selling alcohol.

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