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AUSTRIA: Sparkling producers "unfairly" taxed

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Austrian sparkling winemakers believe they are being unfairly legislated against in their domestic market. Josef Pleil, chairman of the Austrian Wine Committee has said he believes the domestic sparkling winemakers are victims of a tax discrimination compared to their Italian competitors.


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