EU: Spirits distillers welcome EU action against Philippines

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 29 July 2009

Scotch Whisky producers have welcomed a move by the EU which calls for the Philippines to dismantle its longstanding tax discrimination against imported spirits.

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Scotch Whisky producers have welcomed a move by the EU which calls for the Philippines to dismantle its longstanding tax discrimination against imported spirits.

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