AUS: RTD tax hike - drinks co.'s can "go jump" - report

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 28 July 2008

The introduction of a tax hike on RTDs in Australia has failed to stem the overall amount of alcohol consumed in the country, according to local reports.

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The introduction of a tax hike on RTDs in Australia has failed to stem the overall amount of alcohol consumed in the country, according to local reports.

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