LITHUANIA: Government says no duty for 1,500 tonnes Coca-Cola sugar imports

By Sarah Diston | 21 March 2001

The Lithuanian government has said that it will allow Coca-Cola to import 1,500 tonnes of sugar this year with no duties. It has been reported that the government increased the refined sugar import quota with no duties for Coca-Cola because none of the local sugar producers could match product quality.

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The Lithuanian government has said that it will allow Coca-Cola to import 1,500 tonnes of sugar this year with no duties. It has been reported that the government increased the refined sugar import quota with no duties for Coca-Cola because none of the local sugar producers could match product quality.

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