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September 19, 2012
A worker cleans a machine at the production line at Jan Becher, the traditional maker of Becherovka liquor...
Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
A worker cleans a machine at the production line at Jan Becher, the traditional maker of Becherovka liquor...
A worker cleans a machine at the production line at Jan Becher, the traditional maker of Becherovka liquor in Karlovy Vary, September 19, 2012, as the company prepares for a two-day shut down. The Czech government took the unprecedented step last Friday of banning all sales of liquor in shops and pubs - a dramatic measure in one of the world's heaviest-drinking countries - after dozens of people drank bootleg spirits laced with deadly methanol. Liquor makers and importers have complained they are losing millions of dollars per day on the ban, which they say will become counter-productive in the longer run as it will boost the illegal market. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
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