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  • <b>Cambodia Passed First Tobacco Regulation Law</b>

    According to last Friday's news report, the Cambodia’s Council of Ministers had approved a draft of the country’s first law on tobacco regulation, which includes 49 articles addressing, among other things, taxes, advertising and health w

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  • <b>India Supreme Court Loose Restriction Of Tobacco Products In</b>

    India Supreme Court set aside orders on restriction of tobacco products in hotels. The apex court set aside judgments of various High Courts ; a bench of justices Ranjan Gogoi and R F Nariman said the condition is bad in as much as it does n

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  • <b>US Tobacco Farmers No Longer Getting Subsidy Payments</b>

    The ten-year long transitional period of government subsidy payment has ended in November. U.S. tobacco farmers are now fully on their own when it comes to making money.

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  • <b>Smokers in Arizona May Be Unemployed</b>

    The Pima County Board would unanimously vote for the policy about banning smokers from the state’s workforce, which means Arizona smokers may be threatened by unemployment and more expensive health insurance premiums.

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  • <b>Russia Civil Servant Smokers May Face Longer Working Hours</b>

    Russia determined to crack down on smoking saying that government employees who fancy a cigarette or two while on duty will have to stay longer hours in the office

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  • <b>tobacco industry funding research of plain tobacco packaging</b>

    Recently the Reporters Association cited a research report conducted by Tobacco Control Research Group (TCRG), funded by Cancer Research UK, saying that the tobacco industry funded researchs related to negative impact of the standard package

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  • <b>BAT trying to stub out spy saga</b>

    As the laeding cigarette maker in the world, tobacco giant British American Tobacco (BAT) has sucked in inductrial espionage now it is scrambling to avoid having to come clean in the face of new evidence that it hired a network of agents to

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  • <b>General Kardus Selection 2015:Swedish Match's most exclusive</b>

    Swedish Match launched its most exclusive snus ever- the General Kardus Selection 2015.

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  • <b>Australia’s Illicit Tobacco Market Went Worse</b>

    UK KPMG LLP released a new independent research showing that the use of black market illegal tobacco in Australia has reached levels never before experienced and, according to the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS), it’s

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  • <b>UK tobacco industry may face new levy</b>

    According to the Autumn Statement that the UK Government would launch a consultation on introducing a levy on the tobacco industry. In the Statement the Chancellor stated: Smoking imposes costs on society, and the government believes it is

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