Russia to introduce single regulator to tighten up nicotine and tobacco sectors

Russia is getting set to introduce a single regulator for the alcohol, tobacco and nicotine industries. The Ministry of Finance announced in February that it would submit a bill to the parliament this month to establish the regulator.

Deputy finance minister Georgy Golovanov said that the functions of the existing alcohol market regulator will be expanded to oversee the new categories.

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