SLTA

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AcronymDefinition
SLTAScottish Licensed Trade Association (UK)
SLTASekolah Lanjutan Tingkat Atas
SLTASevere Life Threatening Asthma
SLTASri Lanka Tennis Association
SLTASaskatchewan Library Trustees Association
SLTASan Leandro Teachers' Association (San Leandro, CA)
SLTAStandard Language Test of Aphasia (disorder evaluation tool)
SLTASimulated Live Transfer Agent
SLTASerial LON Talk Adapter
SLTASingapore Lawn Tennis Association
SLTASpeech and Language Therapy Assistant
SLTASalt Lake Teachers Association
SLTASmall Laser Transmitter Assembly
SLTASouth Lewis Teachers Association
SLTAScottish Lawn Tennis Association
SLTASignaling Link Test Acknowledge
SLTASingle Line Telephone Adapter
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Scottish Licensed Trade Association spokesman Paul Waterson said: "These type of clubs need to be stopped immediately and to do that there has got to be a significant police involvement."
Scottish Licensed Trade Association and Stirling Council issued several warnings to personal licence holders about the looming deadline.
broad coalition including the Scottish Licensed Trade Association, the Campaign for Real Ale, GMB Scotland, the Federation of Small Businesses, the Scottish Tourism Alliance, the Pubs Advisory Service and many small brewers.
The Best Bar None scheme is sponsored by drinks companies and supported by emergency services, the Scottish Licensed Trade Association and the Scottish Government, and is part of the Safer Communities Initiative.
A survey by the Scottish Licensed Trade Association said outlets are facing "very difficult trading conditions".
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Licensed Trade Association said: "Not everyone can afford to go to the pub to watch games or to buy these packages."
But the Scottish Licensed Trade Association said a third of pubs have had to lay off staff as a result of the legislation.
A Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) survey released in March said the drinks industry had been badly damaged by the ban, with a third of pubs having to lay off staff because drinks sales had fallen by 11% and food sales by 3%.
The ban, introduced on March 26 last year, led to 34% having to shed staff with only 3% taking on extra employees, according to the Scottish Licensed Trade Association.
Greene King's decline was not as severe as suggested by a recent survey by the Scottish Licensed Trade Association, which said drinks sales in pubs had fallen by more than ten per cent.
But the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) warned the financial impact will only worsen and looks likely to lead to pubs closing.
The Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) expressed concern that the tariff could spell the end for Scotland's hard-pressed and rural music venues.
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