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Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, «Ukrainska Pravda» Media Group and «Ukrvinprom» Winery Corporation in association with «Ukrainian Bureau of Grapes and Wines» are happy to announce the Second National Winemaking Forum that will take place in Kyiv on December 14, 2016.
Ukrainian wineries will gather again in order to discuss the future of the winemaking business in Ukraine. Cancellation of the state wholesale license for businesses which produce wine from grapes they grow themselves has been am important result of the First National Winemaking Forum. This year there is a number of other important issues that need to be solved in order to help Ukrainian wineries to develop and prosper.
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Members of professional organizations, leaders of Ukrainian wine market, small and medium-sized enterprises in cooperation with the authorities and experts will discuss the current state of branch’s problems and development potential of winemaking in Ukraine as well as the steps to be undertaken in order to increase the competitiveness of local wine products.
Planned discussions of the event will involve the following issues: improving public policy support for viticulture and winemaking industry, fiscal and land legislation, simplification of procedures for obtaining permit for wine production, changes in taxation for wine farmers, loans for small wine businesses.
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Deputy Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv, Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Taras Kutovyy, Head of the State Tax Administration Roman Nasirov, MPs, representatives of the Embassies of the leading wine-producing countries of the world, international donators in this field are among the invited guests of the event.
Representatives of the leading Ukrainian wineries such as «Kolonist», «Kuren’», «Vinorob-Kovach» and many others are also invited. Over 200 members of Ukrainian winery business are expected to attend this event.
When: December 14, 2016
Where: Chamber Plaza, 1 PM
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