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INDIA: Imported alcohol may incur higher Indian state tax

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The Indian central government is urging state governments to consider imposing the same taxes on imported grain-based alcohol and wine as those used for similar products coming from other states within India. The government feels level taxes are "necessary to ensure a level playing field for all makers of grain-based alcohol and wine," sources in the department of food processing told India's Business Standard.


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