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Tax increases most cost-effective way to reduce alcohol consumption, says WHO

World Health Organisation examined policies in 16 countries to identify best way of reducing harmful consumption of alcohol

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A study carried out by the World Health Organisation (WHO) using data from 16 countries concludes that increasing tax on alcohol by 50% would be the “most cost effective” policy for reducing harmful use.

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