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By Iceland Review

The Parliament passed a bill increasing the tax on spirits and cigarettes by 7 per cent. According to Morgunbladid, the government should receive an additional ISK 340 million in tax revenues from the increase.

In response to criticism of the new tax, the government noted that prices on alcohol and cigarettes have not increased since November 2002.

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