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D: Continue selling alcohol in supermarkets
D': Not continue selling alcohol in supermarkets
B: Make money from the sale of alcohol
C: Reduce the consumption of cheap alcohol
A: Continue to make a healthy profit while reducing the consumption of cheap alcohol
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In order to Continue to make a healthy profit while reducing the consumption of cheap alcohol I must Make money from the sale of alcohol and in order to Make money from the sale of alcohol I must Continue selling alcohol in supermarkets. But, in order to Continue to make a healthy profit while reducing the consumption of cheap alcohol I must also Reduce the consumption of cheap alcohol and in order to Reduce the consumption of cheap alcohol I must Not continue selling alcohol in supermarkets. I can't both Continue selling alcohol in supermarkets and Not continue selling alcohol in supermarkets.
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B-DA majority of the supermarkets profits come from the sale of alcohol.
C-D'Selling alcohol in supermarkets leads to the consumption of cheap alcohol. Supermarkets should only sell quality alcohol over a certain price, to reduce the consumption of cheap alcohol and reduce binge drinking.