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Industry advocates may have branded the recent tax rise for RTDs in Australia a "tax grab masquerading as health policy", but it has shown the Government's resolve when it comes to alcohol regulation. And, Ben Cooper writes, as the Government ponders the findings of its Preventative Health Taskforce, the industry may have to steel itself for further policy initiatives.


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