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Sweden controls its alcohol market very tightly but the one thing it can't prevent is its inhabitants going to neighbouring EU countries to do their alcohol shopping. With Finland and Estonia soon to join Denmark and Germany as tempting shopping destinations for thirsty Swedes, Ben Cooper asks how long this bastion of alcohol regulation will be able to retain its high tax rates.


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