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Domestic beer, soft drinks sales rise after Denmark cuts taxes - figures

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The Danish government's decision to reduce beer excise duty two years ago, coupled with the halving and subsequent repealing last year a special tax on soft drinks, has boosted local sales in the sectors.


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