Kyrgyz government stands for abolishment of ethyl alcohol production monopoly
Government of Kyrgyzstan suggests abolishment of the state monopoly on production of ethyl alcohol, reduction in number of licenses in the sphere, increasing responsibility of manufacturers, sellers of alcoholic products and renters. The statement was voiced at working session with participation of the Prime Minister Igor Chudinov, reported "24.kg".
The officials offer to increase fines 2-3 times while the head of the government approved forming of a taste panel which will evaluate quality of alcoholic products in Kyrgyzstan.
Such measures will supposedly not only contribute to legalization of illegal production sector but also improve quality of alcoholic products, stimulate production at related branches and protect native manufacturers.
Revision of the state policy related to of alcohol market will expectedly give an opportunity to increase budget revenues by 0.7-1.6 billion soms.
"Our main aim is to put alcohol sector in order and enlarge country's revenues by increasing efficiency," Chudinov said.