UK: Trade bodies dispute that alcohol advertising ban would work

By James Wilmore | 19 July 2012

A ban on alcohol advertising in France has had "no significant" impact on harm, a trade body has said.

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A ban on alcohol advertising in France has had "no significant" impact on harm, a trade body has said.

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