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Research from Germany published recently suggests that placing higher taxation on RTDs has been ineffective in reducing alcohol consumption among underage drinkers. Advocates for the spirits sector have long believed taxing spirits at a higher rate from beer and wine is unjustifiable and the new research adds grist to their mill. Ben Cooper reports.


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