State Duma committee: It is necessary to exclude perfumery from EGAISCommittee of the State Duma on economic policy and business the bill excluding perfumery spirtosoderzhashchuju production from Uniform state automated information system of the account and control of a turn of ethyl spirit (EGAIS) recommended to approve in the second reading.
Corresponding amendments are brought in law item 1 “ About state regulation of manufacture and a turn of ethyl spirit, alcoholic and spirtosoderzhashchej production “.
the turn is deduced From sphere of action of the specified law perfumery - cosmetic and spirtosoderzhashchej not food production which cannot be used in double appointment.
to the second reading the amendment about obligatory denaturatsii technical spirits is approved. Besides, the requirements excluding possibility of use spirtosoderzhashchej of production in double appointment are specified.
According to the document, its cost should be not less double rate of the excise on alcoholic production with a volume fraction of ethyl spirit over 25 % in capacity no more than 1 thousand in ml. The maintenance of ethyl spirit in finished goods should be no more than 20 % for spirtosoderzhashchej not food production in the form of creams, gels, ointments and no more than 10 % of volume ready denaturirovannoj spirtosoderzhashchej production.
against perfumery inclusion in EGAIS its manufacturers have risen also. So, the president of company Procter and Gamble on Central and to the Eastern Europe, the Near East Verner Gajsler has expressed recently opinion that introduction of new excise marks on alcoholic drinks and spirtosoderzhashchuju production leads to infinite problems in the perfumery market.
Besides, participants of the perfumery market in May 2006ã. On the eve of definitive adoption of law have directed the reference vitse - a premiere of the government Alexander Zhukov and the speaker of the State Duma Boris Gryzlov with the request to reconsider the bill. The main thing and a unique wish was that perfumery - cosmetic production was not considered by legislators from the same positions, as alcohol.