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While deregulation of the alcohol markets in Sweden, Norway and Finland, has been much discussed in recent years, it could be the smallest Scandinavian nation, Iceland, which will set the pace for liberalisation. Ben Cooper reports on a bill recently put before the Icelandic parliament which would see the abolition of the retail monopoly for beer and wine.


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