UK/INDIA: SWA urges action as EU mulls WTO push

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 6 March 2007

The Scotch whisky industry has reiterated its desire for India to cut its tariffs on imported spirits as the EU mulls whether to turn up the heat on the Indian government.

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The Scotch whisky industry has reiterated its desire for India to cut its tariffs on imported spirits as the EU mulls whether to turn up the heat on the Indian government.

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