Youth against tobacco ban

Cook, Alyson
October 1997
Marketing Event;Oct97, p7
Features the results of the survey on the reaction of youths from 18 to 24 years old regarding the banning of tobacco sponsorships of sports in European Union. Percentage of the respondents who voted against the banning of sports sponsorship by tobacco companies; Countries where tobacco branding on cars are banned.


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