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May 1991 taxable removals decline.

May 1991 taxable removals decline

According to figures from the Beer Institute, total taxable removals in May 1991 were 16.76 million barrels, which was 0.9-percent, or 145,026 barrel, less than last year's total of 16.9 million. The total for the first five months of 1991 was 72.9 million barrels, or 3.6-percent less than the corresponding period in 1990.

Eight of the 17 states and combination groupings showed increases in May with Virginia reporting the largest gain; 209,173 barrels. The largest decrease was reported by New York; 268,987 barrels.

Two of the four geographical areas reported increases, the larger being the South Atlantic-East and West South Central region; 4.8 percent. The larger decrease was recorded in the New England and Mid-Atlantic region; 7.5 percent.

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Title Annotation:Brewing industry taxation
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Aug 26, 1991
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