INDIA: Uniform state spirits levy in the pipeline

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 6 February 2002

The Indian government is considering the introduction of a uniform state levy on imported spirits ironing out the variations which currently exist between states. The move was discussed at a recent meeting between government and state officials.

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The Indian government is considering the introduction of a uniform state levy on imported spirits ironing out the variations which currently exist between states. The move was discussed at a recent meeting between government and state officials.

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