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Taxable removals again decline.

Taxable removals again decline

According to the Beer Institute, total taxable removals in September 1991 were 14.5 million barrels, which was 1.7-percent or 244,774 barrels less than last year's total of 14.75 million. The total for the first nine months of 1991 was 139.6 million barrels, or 1.5-percent less than the corresponding period in 1990.

Eight of the 17 states and combination groupings showed increases in September with Virginia reporting the largest; 128,681. The largest decrease was reported in New York; 118,380.

Two of the four geographical areas reported increases, the larger being the South Atlantic-East & West South Central region; 3.1 percent. The larger decrease was reported in the New England & Mid-Atlantic region; 8.1 percent.
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Title Annotation:taxes on beer as of September 1991
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Dec 30, 1991
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