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The European Commission said yesterday it was taking France to the European Court of Justice over its notorious alcohol advertising law the Loi Evin. The case has been prompted by the law's restrictions that prevent drinks producers from participating in the cross-border provision of television broadcasting services, sports sponsorship and advertising services.


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