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Thai excise officials are planning to put forward proposals to revise its liquor distilleries regulations. According to a report by Business Day the proposals are part of a government scheme to promote small- and medium-sized enterprises after legislation passed last year to liberalise the liquor industry proved to only benefit the larger more established companies.


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