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The Ukrainian parliament today passed a law that bans most alcohol and tobacco advertising on television, radio and in print media. The move follows calls from deputies that both substances are damaging to the health.

However, while the bill imposes a blanket ban on tobacco advertising, it only restricts alcohol advertising on television and in printed media as well as on billboards and transport.

That said it is sure to be a blow to drinks companies who have invested heavily in the country.


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