Japan launches ‘Sake Viva!’ campaign urging younger population to drink more to boost economy

The National Tax Agency’s ‘Sake Viva!’ campaign is targeted at people aged between 20 and 39 years old, urging them to drink more, to help increase alcohol tax revenue in the country.

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