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Cases of alcohol industry misconduct from around the world exposing the predatory practices.

A library of all the unethical methods of Big Alcohol – aggressive lobbying, unethical marketing, sabotaging of rules and institutions and much more, all in one place.

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Exposing Greed and Hypocrisy: How the FIFA World Cup Matters for Big Beer  

This deep dive exposes the greed and hypocrisy of Big Beer’s sponsorship of the FIFA World Cup. We also delve into how beer giant AB ...

AB InBev

No Beer Sales at FIFA 2022 World Cup Stadiums in Qatar

There will be no alcoholic products sold around the stadiums of FIFA World Cup 2022. Qatari officials have decided only non-alcoholic ...

AB InBev

World Cup Organizers Relocate Beer Outlets, Annoy FIFA and Alcohol Sponsor AB InBev

An order has come through from the highest levels of the Qatari state to move away the Budweiser-branded beer tents from near the stadiums. ...

Special Feature: Exposing FIFA’s Dirty Work for Big Alcohol

This special feature exposes FIFA’s long history of doing dirty work for Big Alcohol, specifically AB InBev, whose brand Budweiser is a ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 34

Welcome to the latest edition of carefully curated alcohol policy news, the latest scientific highlights, and brand-new stories about the ...

AB InBev

Dirty Work for Big Alcohol: FIFA Pushes Through 17-Hour Alcohol Consumption at Qatar World Cup*

FIFA entered into a partnership with the WHO and Qatar in 2019 titled “Healthy FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Creating Legacy for ...

AB InBev

FIFA and Big Alcohol: Alcohol Sales During World Cup in Qatar

FIFA doing the dirty work for alcohol giant AB InBev pushed Qatari officials to weaken their alcohol laws just for the FIFA World Cup. ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 08

March 07 – March 11, 2022 Welcome to No. 08 of Movendi International’s Weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter 2022, with carefully curated ...

AB InBev

Beer Giant Pressures Qatar to Change Local Rules About Alcohol During FIFA World Cup

Beer giant AB InBev is pressuring the Qatari government to exempt the FIFA World Cup from local laws which do not allow public alcohol use. ...

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