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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Dozens of countries now tax sugary drinks but sweet-toothed Australia isn't interested

Dozens of countries now tax sugary drinks but sweet-toothed Australia isn't interested
- This year five countries, including Ireland, the United Kingdom and South Africa, will join 26 nations who have raised the price of sugary drinks in the hope of a healthier population. Meanwhile, Australia - one of the fattest countries in the world - is defiantly refusing to consider a so-called "sugar tax".