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LITHUANIA: Parliament votes to end monopoly in 2003

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The Lithuanian parliament has voted through amendments to the law on alcohol which will see the end of the state-controlled alcohol production monopoly from July 1, 2003. In January, Lithuania's parliamentary Economics Committee had backed government proposals to abolish the state monopoly in 2003 but there had some political support for delaying abolition until 2004.


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