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As part of the budget agreement last Friday between the Norwegian Government and the Progress Party in Norway the duties on spirits were reduced by 10.9%. The tax reductions on spirits will be in effect from January 1st 2003. The parties also agreed to establish a governmental Expert Committee to study the needs for further tax reductions on alcohol. According to the agreement the Committee will present its recommendations by April next year.   


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