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The Distilled Spirits Council of Australia (DSICA) has applauded the Federal Budget announced today. In particular the DSICA supported the new national excise scheme for low-alcohol beer and the changes in taxes of RTDs. In a statement issued today, the DSICA said the new national excise scheme for low-alcohol beer was "a significant breakthrough".


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