Big Alcohol Relies on Heavy Users For Their Profits

Posted on October 27, 2016 in Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa

Analysis of data collected in the International Alcohol Control study and used to estimate how much heavier alcohol consumption occasions contribute to the alcohol market in five different countries shows the alcohol industry’s reliance on the heavy use of alcohol.
In higher income countries heavier alcohol consumption occasions make up approximately 50% of sales and in middle income countries it is closer to two‐thirds…

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