Alcohol policy a priority under Finnish EU presidency

By Alan Osborn | 21 August 2006

EU alcohol controls are under review, and there have been concerns that the Finnish presidency could prompt a more draconian approach. Ismo Tuominen, head of alcohol policy at Finland's ministry of social affairs and health, discussed Finland's view on EU alcohol policy and its priorities in this area with Alan Osborn.

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EU alcohol controls are under review, and there have been concerns that the Finnish presidency could prompt a more draconian approach. Ismo Tuominen, head of alcohol policy at Finland's ministry of social affairs and health, discussed Finland's view on EU alcohol policy and its priorities in this area with Alan Osborn.

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