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Bootlegging, smuggling and corruption are rife in the Indian drinks industry but more crippling for foreign exporters is the country's tax regime. At present, imported spirits are taxed at 222% and wines at 104% but the recent WTO ruling means these could finally begin to fall. Chris Brook-Carter reports


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