Tobacco Ban Cuts Exposure to Smoke, Fails to Convince Smokers
Ljubljana, 4 August - Five years have passed since Slovenia introduced tough anti-smoking law, banning tobacco smoke from indoor public and work places. While the legislation helped reduce exposure to smoke, it failed to reduce the number of smokers. Caterers meanwhile say they suffer at least a 20% drop in revenues.
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