Indian whiskey makers await reciprocal market access to Australia3 min read . Updated: 13 Jan 2023, 06:11 AM IST
The issue with alcohol pertains to maturation rules, where Australian customs laws allow only those whiskies and spirits that have been matured for at least two years.
BENGALURU : Days after Australia gained lower duty access for its high-end wines under the India-Australia interim trade deal, India’s alcoholic beverage makers said they are still waiting for reciprocal access for their products. The two governments are working to set up a joint working group over the next few months to iron out differences over market access.
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