UK: Drinks industry seeks regulation compromise

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 14 October 2008

Alcoholic drinks associations in the UK have proposed a new regulatory approach on promotions, following a government consultation on reducing alcohol-related harm.

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Alcoholic drinks associations in the UK have proposed a new regulatory approach on promotions, following a government consultation on reducing alcohol-related harm.

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