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NATIONAL rules within the European Union that ban the sale of certain sizes of bottled alcoholic drinks are almost certainly illegal under EU law, the European Court of Justice has ruled. It heard a case brought by a Belgian company Cidrerie Ruwet SA against another Cidre Stassen SA, which was joined in proceedings by the British cider company HP Bulmer Ltd.


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