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Tax is a sticky issue for chewing gum firms

Chewing gum companies are offering to fund a €9 million campaign to combat chewing gum litter, in an effort to persuade the government not to impose a clean-up tax on their product.

1st May, 2010

Chewing gum companies are offering to fund a €9 million campaign to combat chewing gum litter, in an effort to persuade the government not to impose a clean-up tax on their product.

The Sunday Business Post understands that the companies have offered to pay the €9 million over the next three years to fund a new campaign.

The previous three-year agreement between the companies and the government - under which the industry paid for a...

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