Indonesia imposed import duties on alcoholic drinks at 150 per cent of their market price, local media said on Thursday.
The report indicated that the duties were applicable to brandy, whisky, gin, rum and vodka or other beverages with less than 80 per cent alcohol content.
The Finance Ministry regulation also listed lower import duties for other beverages with lower alcohol content.
“Sparkling wine, cider or sake pays 90 per cent,’’ it said.
Report says non-alcoholic beverages such as tea and coffee carry a 20 per cent import tax.

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