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This week, the Swedish government published its budget plans for 2005. With Swedish alcohol tax cuts deemed by many to be inevitable, any news regarding fiscal policy there is being as closely scrutinised by Norwegian drinks companies as by the Swedish trade. Ben Cooper reports.


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