EU/AUS: Duty-free body slams Oz air security plans

By Keith Nuthall | 22 February 2007

The European duty-free industry wants the European Commission to press the Australian government to abandon planned new air security rules that will effectively block drinks sales to Australia-bound passengers.

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The European duty-free industry wants the European Commission to press the Australian government to abandon planned new air security rules that will effectively block drinks sales to Australia-bound passengers.

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