Dear Scottish Government,
What is the value and percentage of revenues collected from 'whisky export duty' allocated to Scotland & UK in the last 5 Year's of GERS
REQUEST UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) ACT 2002 (FOISA)
Dear Mr Gordon
Thank you for your request dated 11 June under the Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA).
What is the value and percentage of revenues collected from 'whisky export
duty' allocated to Scotland & UK in the last 5 Years of GERS?
Response to your request
Exports, including exports of whisky, do not attract duty in the UK.
Therefore, no ‘whisky export duty’ revenue is reported for either Scotland
or the UK in GERS.
Information on exports is available from:
Specific information on the treatment of alcohol duties is available at:
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