Tobacco and Alcohol Market Regulatory Authority

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Tobacco and Alcohol Market Regulatory Authority
Agency overview
Formed9 January 2002
Dissolved24 December 2017
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction Turkey

The Tobacco and Alcohol Market Regulatory Authority (Turkish : Tütün ve Alkol Piyasası Düzenleme Kurumu, TAPDK) was a government organization in Turkey with responsibility for regulation of smoking in Turkey and enforcement of alcohol laws of Turkey. [1]

TAPDK was dissolved on 24 December 2017 and its authority transferred to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Turkey. [2]

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  1. Hurriyet Daily News, 24 May 2013, Turkish Parliament adopts alcohol restrictions, bans sale between 10 pm and 6 am
  2. "Tütün ve Alkol Piyasası Düzenleme Kurumu kapatıldı". 2019-12-29. Archived from the original on 2019-12-29. Retrieved 2021-02-10.