June 2009
Medical Journal of Australia;6/15/2009, Vol. 190 Issue 12, p658
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the debate over the alcopops tax and the 300 million Australian dollars in revenue raised from its trial. It is noted that the controversial initiative has prompted the emergence of the very real and increasing problem of alcohol-related harm in Australia. The publication has called for an alcohol taxation reform and a revision of alcohol promotion in the country.


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