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SOUTH AFRICA: State reaps millions more through excise duty increase

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South Africa's state coffers could reap as much as R355m as a result of an increase of 8 to 10% in excise duties. At the same time it was announced that traditional sorghum beer would not be affected by increases in excise and the levy imposed on soft drinks would be lifted. The latter action would result in the government losing R135m in revenue.


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