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Angus, Colin and Holmes, John and Brennan, A and Meier, Petra, eds. (2018) Model-based appraisal of the comparative impact of Minimum Unit Pricing and taxation policies in Wales: final report. Cardiff: Welsh Government. 99 p.

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This report was commissioned in June 2017 by the Welsh Government. It uses newly available datasets to update our previously published analyses of the potential impact on the population and population subgroups of different levels of minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol in Wales. In particular, newly available data on alcohol consumption, from the 2016-17 National Survey for Wales, is included. The report also includes new analyses of the increases in alcohol taxation required to achieve the same effects on key outcomes as a 50p minimum unit price. Finally, it examines how the effects of minimum unit pricing and tax increases are differently distributed across key population subgroups.

Item Type
Evidence resource
Publication Type
Report
Drug Type
Alcohol
Intervention Type
AOD disorder harm reduction
Date
February 2018
Pages
99 p.
Publisher
Welsh Government
Place of Publication
Cardiff
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Accession Number
HRB (Electronic Only)

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