1950 Paris France
Founded 1950, Paris (France), as International Union of Wine, Spirits, Brandy and Liqueur Industrialists and Wholesalers – Fédération internationale des industries et du commerce en gros des vins, spiritueux, eaux-de-vie et liqueurs. Previously also referred to in Spanish as Federación Internacional de Vinos y Espiritusos. Before FIVS became known under its acronym only, its full title was: International Federation of Wines and Spirits – Fédération Internationale des Vins et Spiritueux (FIVS) – Federación Internacional de Vinos y Licores. Registered by French Ministerial Decree, 20 Jul 1951.
Promote a successful global alcohol beverage industry, operating on the principles of economic, social and environmental sustainability in an environment free from trade-distorting factors; offer a forum for members to discuss and collaborate on areas of common interest.
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