INDIA: India rejects review of duties on spirits
A review of additional protective duties erected against spirits imported into India is not to be held by the government in New Delhi, the Press Trust of India has reported. Instead, the central government has defended the imposition of extra customs duty on imported liquor, saying it was necessary to protect the domestic production industry and has added that it was considering imposing a 24% cent flat rate on imported spirits kept in warehouses for more than 30 days.
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