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Prime Minister John Howard told an Australian Radio station he does not trust Australian brewers to pass on refunded beer taxes to charity, if the senate vetoes a controversial rise in beer excise. "They have run a very dishonest campaign on this," Howard told Sydney Radio when interviewed about the pledge by brewers to put any windfall into a trust fund for charities if the government abandons the rise in beer excise.


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