PHILIPPINES: EU, US set to declare victory on spirits tax

By Chris Mercer | 28 June 2011

The World Trade Organisation is believed to have sided with the US and EU over their claims of an illegal tax on imported spirits in the Philippines.

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The World Trade Organisation is believed to have sided with the US and EU over their claims of an illegal tax on imported spirits in the Philippines.

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