The government has approved a draft law to cut red tape blocking the opening of new wineries and beekeeping operations.
Friday, October 5, 2018

The government has approved a draft law to cut red tape blocking the opening of new wineries and beekeeping operations.

The government has approved a draft law to cut red tape blocking the opening of new wineries and beekeeping operations. After Ukrainian winemakers lost control of Soviet-era wineries in Crimea, they confronted an obstacle course of 100 permits to legally open a new winery in modern Ukraine. “Simplification of the procedure for obtaining a license will ensure the development of small businesses in the horticulture, beekeeping and viticulture industries, will reduce the monopolization of the wine market,” the Cabinet of Minister’s press service said after Wednesday’s approval.

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