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RUSSIA: Russian beer industry paid $160m to 2000 Federal budget

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Russia's brewing industry has become the third largest taxpayer in the country after paying over R17bn ($610.19m) to the federal budget in 2000. Moreover most of the breweries are the leading taxpayers in their region as the general director of Baltika Brewery Taymuraz Balloyev stressed at a press conference in the State Duma yesterday.


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