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The Singapore government has announced it has raised duties on some liquor and all tobacco products with immediate effect. The increase in liquor duties is expected to yield the government an additional S$18m in revenue according to a budget speech by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lee Hsien Loong.


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