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OUTLOOK 2019: A taxing year for food and drink

Several European countries saw the introduction of, or an increase in, sugary drink taxes this year. Peter Rixon looks into these fiscal developments of the past 12 months and how taxation could further develop in 2019.

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The UK soft drinks tax came into force in April this year and is arguably proving a success.

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