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An economic advisor to the Thai Prime Minister has said that the country's laws regarding the production of whiskey will be further liberalised during the coming six months. According to a report in the Bangkok Post, Pansak Winyarat said that restrictions on distillers' capital, output and location are to be relaxed in order to attract more small producers into the industry.


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