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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Turkey to impose 15% extra tax on alcohols imported from US


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Turkey has included an extra 15.5 percent uncommon utilization assessment to mixed alcoholic drinks, left-wing daily paper Evrensel announced.

The declaration does not shock anyone as Turkey previously said it would apply a tax running between 5-70 percent on 22 distinct products from the United States in light of an ongoing move by the U.S. to actualize high levies on imported steel and aluminum.

The new expenses are likewise anticipated that would influence rice, liquor, beauty care products, paper, and cars, Evrensel said.

Turkey's hardened liquor assesses as of late have prompted catapulting costs for lager and the nation's famous anise-enhanced schnaps called Raki.

Subsequently, a normal increment of 10 Turkish Liras is normal for a 70 cc container of the anise-enhanced mixed drink rakı, ascending from 102.1 lira ($21.7) to 112.7 lira ($23.9).

Around 84.3 liras of the normal sticker price is charged by the state as different expenses, incorporated an esteem included assessment (VAT) and exceptional utilization impose. One 70 cc rakı now costs in excess of 7 percent of the base month to month wage in Turkey.

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