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Nov 10, 2019

[Answer] Which country's alcohol consumption has dropped 43% since 2003?

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Russia - In 2003, alcohol consumption in Russia hit an all-time high after over a decade of steady growth. This was due to a partial prohibition imposed by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in the 1980s. When the Soviet Union collapsed, restrictions eased, leading to a rapid rise in the Russian population's drinking levels. During this time there was also an increase in early deaths, with male life expectancy sinking to a mere 57 years old in the 1990s. In 2018, it rose to 68 years, owed in part to efforts by the current president, Vladimir Putin, to restrict alcohol sales and promote healthy living. Gone are the all-night kiosks that sold beer and vodka to citizens. Now people can only buy their spirits at approved locations and only up until 11 p.m. They’re also heavily fined if caught drinking on the streets, minimum prices for alcohol have been risen, and liadvertising is forbidden. The increased life expectancy in Russia also correlates to restrictions placed on smoking that caused tobacco use to fall 30% between 2009 and 2016.:


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