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Alcoholic beverages in Central Europe


Darbas anglų kalba. Centrinės Europos alkoholiniai gėrimai. Consumer behaviour for "alcoholic drinks" variance among Central Europe countries. Table of contents. Introduction. Hungary. Laws` and rules. Statistics. The most popular alcoholic drinks. Future. Romania. Laws and rules. Statistics and advertising. Future. Slovenia. Laws` and rules. Statistics and advertising. Future. Bulgaria. Legislation. Advertising. Stores. Habits. Consumption. Future. Poland. Legislation. Advertising. Stores. Consumption. Habits. Future. Lithuania. Legislation. Advertising. Drinking habits and consumption. Latvia. Legislation. Advertising. Stores. Consumption and drinking habits. Estonia. Legislation. Advertising. Consumption and drinking habits. The future of alcoholic drinks in Baltic States. Czech Republic. Introduction. Legal and political forces. Ratings. Health. Slovakia. Introduction. Legal forces. Statistics. Conclusion.


Alcoholism is a term with multiple and sometimes conflicting definitions. In common and historic usage, alcoholism refers to any condition that results in the continued consumption of alcoholic beverages despite the health problems and negative social consequences it causes. Medical definitions describe alcoholism as a disease which results in a persistent use of alcohol despite negative consequences. Alcoholism may also refer to a preoccupation with or compulsion toward the consumption of alcohol and/or an impaired ability to recognize the negative effects of excessive alcohol consumption. Although not all of these definitions specify current and on-going use of alcohol as a qualifier, some do, as well as remarking on the long-term effects of consistent, heavy alcohol use including dependence and symptoms of withdrawal. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcoholism)
Today in our fast moving world the driver of relaxation, way of spending time and habits are closely related with strong drinks. Alcoholic drinks are spread widely and may be gained mainly with no discomfort as usual action, although there are several limits touching them.
In the following paper are presented Central European countries alcoholic drinks legal system, advertising, stores, habits, consumption and future prognostications, everything what associates the newest information. Each country will be separately touched and analyzed from what impacts the start of consumption to future supposed usage of strong drinks.
No occasion or weekend with acquaintances could be imagined without strong drinks. The
consumption is also spread in everyday life especially among single people. Alcoholic
drinks could be bought at any store or petrol station, however the limits of time and age
are noticed in each Central European country: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. That is the reason why it is important
to get acquainted with different countries for enriching knowledge, broaden outlook and
in case we travel to that country - not to get into misunderstanding.
The aim of this written paper is to compare each Central European country between wide
varieties of sources. It is shortly reasoned each country topics, for better
understanding are several examples, comparison and tables, diagrams with the newest data,
future outlook. ...

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DalykasKulinarijos referatas
KategorijaKita >  Kulinarija
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Viso autoriaus darbų3 darbai
Metai2008 m
Mokytojas/DėstytojasMaik Heutinberg
Švietimo institucijaISM Vadybos ir Ekonomikos Universitetas
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  • 20 puslapių 
  • ISM Vadybos ir Ekonomikos Universitetas / 2 Klasė/kursas
  • Maik Heutinberg
  • 2008 m
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