Four Hungarian FMCG-companies to be closed

By: trademagazin Date: 2011. 06. 24. 17:44

The so-called hamburgertax is going to affect all products containing too much sugar, salt or coffein. This way, companies like Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Nestlé or Chio will have to pay an extra tax starting from September, while fast food restaurants are not affected by the extra burden. The new tax means a 20-25 percent inflation when it comes to most chocolates, icecreams, energy drinks and candies, and all FMCGunions are against this step.

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