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JAPAN: Tax hike on happoshu under consideration

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The chairman of the Japanese government's tax commission, Hiromitsu Ishi, has said that he would be willing to consider harmonising the tax rates on "happoshu" low malt beverages and beer. A tax hike for "happoshu" was being considered by the government last year but was eventually dropped.


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