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#alcohol pricing

# alcohol-pricing - Thursday 3 September, 2015

The EU's top court has punched a hole in Leo's plan for higher alcohol prices

The laws could breach European free-trade rules.

# alcohol-pricing - Monday 31 August, 2015

See ya Australia and au revoir France, Ireland has a new favourite winemaker

We have all the figures for what local drinkers were sipping last year.

# alcohol-pricing - Wednesday 4 February, 2015

Wine for at least €10 a bottle? Here's what we know about new alcohol price laws so far...

The government wants to put a floor on prices to cut down on problem drinking.

# alcohol-pricing - Thursday 24 October, 2013

Details on minimum pricing of alcohol to be published today

Cheap alcohol has been targeted under the new pricing rules.

# alcohol-pricing - Tuesday 15 October, 2013

Column: Does minimum alcohol pricing make (economic) sense?

Basic microeconomics teaches us that price controls are a bad policy decision and alcohol is no exception to the rule, writes Luke McGrath.

# alcohol-pricing - Friday 16 March, 2012

St Patrick's Day link with alcohol must be broken - Shortall

The junior minister said there was a “very close connection between alcohol and our national celebrations”.

# alcohol-pricing - Monday 9 January, 2012

Minimum prices for alcohol may be introduced soon - Minister

Alcohol costs the State 3.7 billion every year in illness, absenteeism and crime, according to Minister of State at the Department of Health Roisin Shortall who is looking at ways to deal with alcohol misuse.

# alcohol-pricing - Thursday 28 July, 2011

Cheap supermarket alcohol 'should be doubled in price'

Selling cans of lager for as little as 50c encourages anti-social behaviour, Dublin’s Lord Mayor has said.