UK: Drinks industry unites for tax freeze

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 16 January 2009

Wine, beer and spirits sectors in the UK have united to press the government to abandon its plans for more duty tax rises this year.

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Wine, beer and spirits sectors in the UK have united to press the government to abandon its plans for more duty tax rises this year.

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