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THAILAND: Minister calls for tighter TV advertising controls

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The Thai public health minister, Sudarat Keyuraphan, has called for tighter controls on the TV advertising of all alcoholic drinks. The minister said that the TV advertising regulations for beer, wine and pre-mixed drinks should be the same as the restrictions for spirits.


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