August 1, 2008
CASK wine, a drop often favoured by heavy drinkers, would jump in price and the price of alcopops would fall under a tax scheme being recommended to reduce problem drinking.
In findings that undermine the Government's 70 per cent increase in tax on alcopops, research has shown that taxing drinks according to their alcohol volume would be the most cost-effective approach to combat alcohol harm.
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