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The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), is lodging formal complaints with the EU and WTO over India's 700% Import Duty on spirits announced in the last Budget (1st March). SWA spokesman Tim Jackson said India is violating international trade agreements on five levels by imposing the tariffs on imported Scotch.


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