Premier targets liquor trade with licence fee hike

| 27/06/2012

liquor store.jpg(CNS Business): As the country waits for what is expected to be an emergency budget, Premier McKeeva Bush called a short-notice meeting of liquor licence holders Monday to size up the reaction to a fee hike in the coming year’s spending plans. There was no mention of how much the increase would be, as Bush said that he wanted to work with businesses, but he made it clear that a hike was coming. The fee increase, he said, was to fund the proposed hospitality training school and he warned licence holders that if he didn’t make the hike, the UK government would push for greater increases than those proposed by the Cayman government. Read more on CNS Business

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