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The Austrian health minister Maria Rauch-Kallat has proposed a tax on RTD (ready-to-drink) spirits brands, it was reported in the country's press yesterday.

She has apparently referred to a similar tax in Germany, which became law on Monday.

The German tax was introduced to try and prevent young people drinking the RTDs, which are also known as FABs and alcopops.


Sectors: Spirits

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