Spirit producers to lobby for tax cuts

Goodale, Greg
October 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;10/15/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 42, p3
Focuses on the preparation for lobbying of the government by the Poland's spirit makers for reduction in alcohol excise taxes. Responsibility for tide of illegal imports; Representation of the chairman of National Spirit Industry Council (KRPS); Restriction of sale of vodka and spirits; Reduction of alcohol consumption; Decrease in spirit sales.


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