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In an attempt to reduce alcohol smuggling the European Commission is planning to abolish the differences in tax duties across the 15 EU member states. A report by the Financial Times newspaper says the commission believes the current system of taxes on alcohol is an obstacle to the creation of a single European market, one of the EU's main objectives.


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