Alcohol Policy Highlights
Alcohol consumption in France has seen its biggest decline in a decade. In 2015, France issued a ban on digital marketing for alcohol and a ban on industry sponsorship of cultural or sporting events. There is a change in the way people in France use alcohol. For instance: 
The proportion of daily alcohol users has fallen to under 9%, and is made up predominantly of men and those over 60.
Only 2% of 18 to 25-year-olds are using alcohol daily.
The majority of French adults now consume alcohol less than once a week
In 2015, a public health bill announced comprehensive alcohol policies including: 
Regulation of alcohol marketing and advertising
Enforcement powers for environmental health officers to enforce laws on sale, supply and consumption of alcohol products
Thailand’s Alcohol Beverage Control Act of 2008 bans direct advertising and promotion of alcoholic beverages and sets the minimum age for alcohol use at 18. The law also requires products to carry warnings that drinking can hinder the ability to drive, and restricts alcohol sales to certain hours and days. 
Slovenia has taken some important steps toward effective alcohol policy and introduced several measures to reduce alcohol use, including bans on alcohol advertising, limiting availability to young people, and road-safety legislation to reduce drink driving.