DENMARK: Tax on beer/wine to fall, RTDs increase

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 November 2004

Tax on beer and wine in Denmark is set to fall, according to the country's government, but it will be accompanied by a rise in tax on alcopops.

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Tax on beer and wine in Denmark is set to fall, according to the country's government, but it will be accompanied by a rise in tax on alcopops.

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