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Top Ten Alcoholic Countries

Slovakia​
Slovakia​

2015 WHO data for OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries. The following is a list of OECD countries by the total alcohol consumption per capita in litres of pure alcohol as published by the World Health Organization in 2015.

Czech ​Republic​
Czech ​Republic​

The table below lists OECD countries by the annual consumption of pure alcohol in liters, per person, aged 15 years old and over, as published in the 2013 OECD Health Data. Note that the methodology to convert alcoholic drinks to pure alcohol may differ across countries.

Hungary​
Hungary​

The report looked at alcohol consumed in various forms (including beer, wine and spirits), but the numbers listed are given in terms of the average amount of pure alcohol consumed annually per capita in each country.

source: cbsnews.com
Russia​
Russia​

Map of countries by prevalence of alcohol consumption The table below for 191 countries uses 2010 data from the WHO report published in 2014. The methodology used by the WHO calculated use by persons 15 years of age or older.

Ukraine​
Ukraine​

Map of countries by prevalence of alcohol consumption The table below for 191 countries uses 2010 data from the WHO report published in 2014. The methodology used by the WHO calculated use by persons 15 years of age or older.

Romania​
Romania​

List of countries by alcohol consumption per capita ... and the column "other" refers to all other alcoholic beverages, such as rice wine, ... Romania: 14.4:

Lithuania​
Lithuania​

More than 30% of deaths in Lithuania were related to alcohol consumption in 2012, a higher percentage than all but three other countries reviewed. Nearly 10% of the country's population suffered from an alcohol use disorder, among the highest out of all nations reviewed.

source: usatoday.com
Belarus​
Belarus​

Belarus trailed just two other countries, Russia and Hungary, with 17.5% of the population suffering from an alcohol use disorder. In all, alcohol was a factor in nearly 35% of all deaths in the country, the most out of any nation in the world.

source: usatoday.com
Moldova​
Moldova​

Roughly one third of all deaths in Moldova could be linked to alcohol, more than in all but two other countries. Moldova's consumption of alcohol trailed only Belarus in the WHO's most recent study. Consumption rates, however, are projected to reach 17.4% by 2015, ahead of the prediction for Belarus.

source: usatoday.com