The concentration of the global alcohol industry and its penetration in the African region.

  title={The concentration of the global alcohol industry and its penetration in the African region.},
  author={David H. Jernigan and Thomas F. Babor},
  volume={110 4},
AIMS To describe the penetration and expansion of the global alcohol industry into the African region, as a context for exploring the implications for public health. METHODS Source materials for this study came primarily from market research and the business press. This was supplemented by industry sources (from websites, company annual reports), World Health Organization reports and the scientific literature. RESULTS Drinking in Africa is characterized by high rates of abstention and a… CONTINUE READING
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