FINLAND: Minister hints at beer, spirits tax roll-back

By Gerard O'Dwyer | 12 January 2007

The Finnish government may look at increasing taxes levied on beers and spirits by 10%, said Liisa Hyssala, the country's Health and Social Services Minister.

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The Finnish government may look at increasing taxes levied on beers and spirits by 10%, said Liisa Hyssala, the country's Health and Social Services Minister.

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