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CZECH REPUBLIC: Traditional Czech rum to be re-named from 2003

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The traditional Czech rum, "Tuzemsky Rum" is to be re-named, Tumezak, from 2003 in order to comply with EU regulations, the spirits producer, Stock Plzen, has announced.


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