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Excise Duty On Liquor To Definitely Rise By 15% In Arunachal Pradesh.

The price of alcohol and liquor in Arunachal Pradesh is about to increase.

The decision was rendered on Wednesday during a conference of the Arunachal Pradesh cabinet convened by Pema Khandu.

INDIAN-MADE FOREIGN LIQUOR

The term “Indian-made foreign liquor” (IMFL) is used by the government, commerce, and media in India to refer to all forms of spirituous refreshments made in the nation separate from traditional drinks, including feni, toddy, arrack, and others.

Spirits made outside of India that are imported in large quantities into India and then bottled by the Importers in an Excise Bonded Warehouse are referred to as IMFL.

          alcohol to cost more in arunachal pradesh, cabinet increases excise duty on liquor by 15%

The above news was originally posted on www.inventiva.co.in

Aabkari Times Editorial Teamhttps://aabkaritimes.com
Aabkari Times is a monthly news magazine on Liquor, Excise and Alcohol allied industry; being published since 2009 by the expertise of retired excise dept. associates and alco-bev industry professionals as our editorial team. Our magazine contains different new alco-bev strategic and new brand launch articles as well as news on recent govt. policies, trends on alcohol industry and other important data relevant to the distilleries and industry at the mass.

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