Russian regulators clamp down on beer ads

07/14/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

In Russia, beer is a $17 billion business, with the country ranking third after China and the U.S. in total consumption. Russia limits how beer is advertised, making sure actors do not appear. Human voices once heard off-screen will be eliminated under new rules that seek to limit the appeal of beer, especially to younger consumers.

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