Norway Sees Record Tax Revenues From Beverage Sales Following Border Closure
Norway has seen a surge in tax revenue from the sale of beer and soft drinks, which has largely been driven by the country's decision to close its border with Sweden due to COVID-19, a leading industry body has said.
Bryggeri- og drikkevareforeningen, the Norwegian Brewery and Beverage Association, estimates that the state's tax revenues from soft drink and beer sales increased by more than NOK 700 million (€66 million) in the summer months.
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