French Polynesia opts for sugar tax

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French Polynesia has decided to introduce a sugar tax to counter soaring rates of diabetes. The health minister Jacques Raynal has told the public broadcaster a 25-percent tax will be levied from next year on all sugary drinks as well as foods with hidden sugar. The tax revenue will be used exclusively for health promotion […]

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