5 Reasons Why Banning of Alcohol in Indonesia Makes No Sense

5 Reasons Why Banning of Alcohol in Indonesia Makes No Sense

In January 2015, the Ministry of Trade’s legislation banned convenience stores around the nation from selling alcoholic drinks, in hope that this would curb underage locals (especially school kids) from divulging in the act of alcoholic indulgence.

April 16, No More Alcohol in Minimarts

April 16, No More Alcohol in Minimarts

Starting on April 16, the whole minimarts in the capital are prohibited to sell alcoholic beverages below five percent. The ban is a follow-up of Trade Ministry’s Decree.