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The Lulling report therefore insists that "member states which fear distortion to competition in the internal market due to an increase in cross-border trade between their country and their neighbour with significantly lower rates [.
Lulling also cut short the argument in favour of public health (an increase in excise rates would help combat alcoholism).
But even with a Resolution in favour of an inquiry, the Commission is not obliged to take an interest, as Mrs Lulling admits.