AUSTRALIA: Gov't to relaunch RTD drinks tax

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

A 70% tax hike on ready-to-drink (RTD) alcoholic beverages is to be relaunched by Australia's Government, despite being voted down in the country's Senate last month.

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A 70% tax hike on ready-to-drink (RTD) alcoholic beverages is to be relaunched by Australia's Government, despite being voted down in the country's Senate last month.

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