An alcohol charity claims that children in Wales recognise alcohol logos more than popular food brands.
Alcohol Concern Cymru says it shows that "more effective controls" on advertising alcohol were needed.
But the Portman Group, which represent drinks manufacturers, argue that the figures are "a contradiction", and that current rules are "rigorously enforced".
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