Retailers should not lose out over MUP proposal, says FWD

FWD calls for two-tier minimum unit pricing structure
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The Federation of Wholesale Distributors (FWD) has called on the Scottish government to make wholesalers trading to both businesses and members of the public partially exempt from new minimum unit pricing (MUP) legislation. Scottish businesses with a premises licence will be required to abide by MUP when it comes into force in May. Under the law, wholesalers who trade to the public and…

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By Alex Yau 15 Feb, 2018

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