Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Irish Government seeks cooperation from the Northern Ireland

Freitag 8. Mai 2009 von htm

In the face of the problem of cheap alcohol, the Irish Government has opted for an all-Ireland approach and is seeking a joint North – South initiative to tackle below-cost selling of alcohol in shops and supermarkets. This follows a decision by Justice Minister Dermot Ahern to clamp down on loss-leading alcohol promotions and cut-price deals, which have been widely blamed for fuelling binge drinking and anti-social behaviour on the streets. (Source: Eurocare Newsletter March-April 2009)

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