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BY Mark Rowe Five hundred whisky producers in Thailand have been threatened with arrest after they protested against laws they say discriminate against small-scale liquor producers. The men set up their bootleg equipment in the centre of the town of Buri Ram and sold it publicly, in defiance of police.


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