Japan urges young people to drink more alcohol

–Tax revenue from alcohol fell by about $800 million in 2020, according to the Japan Times.

Tax revenue from alcohol sales has slowed in Japan due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the restaurant and nightlife industries, 

so the country has launched a new competition to boost consumption among young people called "Sake Viva!" " 

The purpose of this announcement is to revive the industry," Japan's National Tax Service said in announcing the plan, according to a translation.

– Applicants aged between 20 and 39 are invited to submit business plans to promote the sale of alcohol to young people for the competition in November.

DRINKING CAN FREE THE BRAIN IN BUSINESS, STUDY SAYS "As working from home is taking action to some extent during the COVID-19 crisis, 

many people may wonder whether they should continue the habit of drinking with colleagues to deepen communication, 

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