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Draft bill to cut alcohol excise tax submitted by Estonia's coalition government

Bill designed to decrease cross-border trade

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Estonian MP Siim Pohlak, the chairman of the parliamentary group of the co-ruling Conservative People's Party of Estonia (EKRE), has submitted a draft bill to cut the excise duty on spirits, beer and cider.


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