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Morocco, Sri Lanka, make changes to sugary drink tax rules

Morocco’s Council of Minister has changed the focus of its sugary drinks tax whilst Sri Lanka’s Finance Ministry has cut its tax on sweetened drinks by 40%.

Morocco’s Council of Minsters has abolished the specific VAT adopted on sweetened drinks and introduced a graduated increase of the domestic consumption tax on these drinks according to their sugar content.


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