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The Finns want to keep alcohol retail Monopoly


Friday, 09 March 2012
The Finnish people have thrown their support to Alko, the state owned monopoly that retail alcohol in the country.

A recent survey commissioned by the institution, the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) adds that three out of four Finns believe that Alko's sales monopoly is a good way to limit the harm caused by alcohol consumption.

A majority of the Finns believe that strong alcohol should only be sold at Alko. Over 60 percent also want to keep the wine away from regular stores.

Finns' alcohol attitudes have been tightened. Only eleven percent want that the alcohol rue should be soften.
By Scancomark.se Team



























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