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RUSSIA: Duma votes for tough regulation on beer ads

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The Russian State Duma has voted overwhelmingly for tougher regulation on beer advertising which will include prohibiting the depiction of people or animals in TV ads and banning the transmission of TV commercials between 5pm and 10pm. Flouting opposition from the Kremlin, the deputies passed amendments to the law on advertising in the crucial second reading by a majority of 231 to 24.


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