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The Brazilian senate approved a bill early this month to prohibit major brand name cigarette and alcoholic beverage producers' in Brazil from advertising their products. This controversial Congressional decision has been a major topic of discussion amongst various national and international organisations leading to calls for a ban on alcohol sponsorship of public events.


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