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The European Court of Justice has ducked making a potentially controversial ruling on the legality of Swedish laws banning alcohol advertising. Judges heard a case referred by the Stockholm district court, which had been brought by Sweden's consumer ombudsman against a food and drink magazine Gourmet, which had carried ads for red wine and whisky.


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