NORWAY: Duty free sales threatened by tax proposals

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 July 2007

The Norwegian government's Committee on Tax Reform (CTR) has proposed a new tax initiative that would effectively lead to the revoking of licences that currently allow the sale of duty free alcohol at the country's airports and on passenger ferries operating in Norwegian territorial waters, Jens Stoltenberg, Norway's Prime Minister has told the national parliament.

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The Norwegian government's Committee on Tax Reform (CTR) has proposed a new tax initiative that would effectively lead to the revoking of licences that currently allow the sale of duty free alcohol at the country's airports and on passenger ferries operating in Norwegian territorial waters, Jens Stoltenberg, Norway's Prime Minister has told the national parliament.

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