The Scotch Whisky industry celebrated its position as the UK’s leading food and drink export at a reception in the Scotland Office in London last night.
Global Affairs director Sarah Dickson blogs on her recent visit to talk Scotch in the world's biggest spirits market.
SWA chief executive comments on the UK GOV Industrial Strategy white paper, published today.
SWA response to recent comments on Scotch Whisky exports to Peru.
SWA welcomes the UK Government's decision to freeze excise duty on spirits in today's Budget, which helps support the competitiveness of Scotch.
SWA's Morag Garden blogs on the annual VIBES awards, which recognise and reward businesses that contribute to Scotland's sustainable environment.
The SWA responds to the Supreme Court judgment on MUP of alcohol.
Cutting tax on Scotch Whisky in the Budget will give Chancellor Philip Hammond an extra £200 million to spend over the next five years, according to new analysis of the UK spirits market.
More than two thirds of Scots want the Chancellor to cut sky-high duty rates on whisky in this month’s Budget, new polling has revealed.
Scotch Whisky exports increased in value by 3.4% in the first half of the year to £1.8 billion, boosted by the continuing growth in popularity of Single Malts across the globe, including the USA, the industry’s largest market.