EU: MEPs slam Finnish tax hike plans

By Chris Jones | 14 July 2006

MEPs have rejected Finnish calls for an increase in alcohol taxes, arguing that an increase would prove the death knell for EU wine producers.

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MEPs have rejected Finnish calls for an increase in alcohol taxes, arguing that an increase would prove the death knell for EU wine producers.

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