TURKEY: Diageo speaks out over alcohol crackdown threat

By James Wilmore | 17 May 2013

Diageo has said it will be "highly disappointed" if Turkey's government pushes ahead with its proposed raft of "severe" new alcohol laws, which includes a ban on drinks advertising in the country.

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Diageo has said it will be "highly disappointed" if Turkey's government pushes ahead with its proposed raft of "severe" new alcohol laws, which includes a ban on drinks advertising in the country.

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