SWEDEN: Diageo urges against RTD tax hike

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 5 September 2006

UK drinks giant Diageo has urged Sweden's government not to further increase taxes on RTDs. The Swedish government has hinted it may further hike duty on RTDs above the increase it proposed in June.

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UK drinks giant Diageo has urged Sweden's government not to further increase taxes on RTDs. The Swedish government has hinted it may further hike duty on RTDs above the increase it proposed in June.

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