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GERMANY

New format for InterTabac & InterSupply 2020

02 Jun 2020. The InterTabac and InterSupply trade fairs planned for 18 to 20 September 2020 will not be held in their customary formats this year due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the organisers said.
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TURKEY

Turkey announces new tobacco taxes

01 Jun 2020. Turkish President Erdoğan announced new taxes on tobacco products on 30 May, criticising the tobacco industry for causing addiction among young people, reported Ahval.
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JAPAN

Japan Tobacco launches Ploom S 2.0

01 Jun 2020. JT will launch the Heated Tobacco device in Japan on 2 July, alongside a two new Camel menthol tobacco stick products, according to a company press release.
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IRELAND

Tobacco firms ‘undermining’ menthol ban

01 Jun 2020. The Irish Minister for Health has called on the EU to act against tobacco firms which have been ‘undermining’ the menthol ban in Ireland, reported The Irish Times.
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SOUTH AFRICA

Firms take court action over tobacco ban

29 May 2020. South African tobacco firms and associations are taking court action over the ban on cigarette sales being maintained, despite the lockdown level being reduced, reports Reuters.
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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Ban on tobacco goods without digital tax stamps postponed

28 May 2020. The UAE’s Federal Tax Authority (FTA) has decided to postpone the implementation of the ban on supplying, transferring, storing, and possession of water pipe tobacco and e-cigarettes that do not carry digital tax stamps within the UAE to 1 January 2021, reports Gulf Today.
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EUROPE

EU countries to propose excise tax for e-cigs

28 May 2020. EU member states plan to ask the European Commission to place novel tobacco products, electronic cigarettes and heated tobacco products under the EU Tobacco Excise Directive, meaning they would be taxed just like traditional tobacco products, reports Euractiv.
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SOUTH AFRICA

Government to substantiate tobacco ban

26 May 2020. The South African government faces a court order to provide evidence of its decision to ban tobacco products during lockdown, reports The South African.
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GERMANY

Germany bans tobacco advertising

26 May 2020. The advertisement of tobacco products on German streets will be banned from January 2022, reported The Local de.
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