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Illicit & Unrecorded Alcohol

APISWA is committed to working with stakeholders to raise awareness of the detrimental impacts of illicit and unrecorded alcohol. These products can seriously harm consumer health and safety, government revenues and the brand reputation of legitimate alcohol producers. 

Furthermore, illicit trade undermines the fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals promoted by the United Nations. We advocate for the adoption of non-discriminatory, evidence-based tax and regulatory measures to curb illicit and unrecorded alcohol.

APISWA ReportsIllicit & Unrecorded Alcohol
November 15, 2022

APISWA 2022 Report: Towards an ASEAN Community: Tackling illicit alcohol in Southeast Asia

Illicit trade in alcohol represents a significant percentage of alcoholic beverage consumption. According to Euromonitor’s 2018 Global Study on Illicit…
Illicit & Unrecorded Alcohol
November 15, 2022

ASIA Security Conference & Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

In November 2022, APISWA was invited to be a supporting partner at the ‘ASIA Security Conference & Exhibition: High Security…
Illicit & Unrecorded Alcohol
November 10, 2022

Hybrid workshop on improving management capacity of unrecorded alcohol in Ninh Binh province

According to Ministry of Industry and Trade data (MoIT), approximately 300 million liters of craft alcohol is circulated in Vietnam…
Illicit & Unrecorded Alcohol
November 4, 2022

Tackling Illicit Alcohol in Southeast Asia

On 18th September 2022, APISWA launched our joint illicit trade paper, “Towards an ASEAN Community: Tackling Illicit Alcohol in Southeast…