Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

UK: Below cost ban & pricing reports

Donnerstag 3. Februar 2011 von htm

The Home Secretary has stated the recent below cost ban is expected to result in 7,000 fewer alcohol-related incidents and 1,000 fewer hospital admissions. But the Morning Advertiser (MA) reported the average price of alcohol sold in stores is up to four times higher than the below cost ban level. The Economist suggests the move is more to establish a principle of pricing control for future governments to build on. (Source: Alcohol Policy UK, 02/01/11 See also a Guardian comment.

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