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The Danish drinks market has seen two major changes during the last five months with a hefty tax cut for spirits last October and the abolition of personal import quotas for beer, wine and spirits at the beginning of 2004. In the second of a series of articles on Scandinavia, Ben Cooper examines the impact of these events in the context of the general development of the Danish alcohol market.


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