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UNITED STATES

PMI launches campaign to combat black market trade

10 Jun 2021. Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) has launched a public education initiative entitled United to Safeguard America from Illegal Trade (USA-IT) to combat black market trade, the company said in a press release.
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GERMANY

Tobacco tax will be raised

10 Jun 2021. The financial committee of the German Parliament has officially voted to raise tobacco taxes which will largely affect e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn products, reports the German Bundestag.
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EUROPE

ETHRA publishes EU Nicotine Users Survey

10 Jun 2021. European Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates (ETHRA) has published a report on its EU Nicotine Users Survey, finding that there is an “unstoppable movement towards harm reduction in Europe”.
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UNITED KINGDOM

Call for raise of minimum smoking age

09 Jun 2021. In an attempt to stop the “tobacco epidemic”, MPs want the minimum age for buying cigarettes to be raised to 21, reports The Guardian.
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BAT raises sales growth outlook

09 Jun 2021. British American Tobacco (BAT) has announced it raised its annual revenue growth forecast as its focus on e-cigarettes and tobacco-heating devices pays off, sending shares up 2 per cent, reports Reuters.
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UNITED STATES

FDA can still regulate e-cigs

08 Jun 2021. The US Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a Mississippi vape shop and an industry trade group regarding the FDA’s regulation of e-cigarettes and vapes, reports Bloomberg.
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UNITED KINGDOM

Tobacco-based vaccine ready for trial

07 Jun 2021. A vaccine for COVID-19 that was created from a tobacco plant is now ready to trial in the UK and other countries, reports Wales Online.
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IRELAND

BAT calls out Health Service over menthol ban

04 Jun 2021. British American Tobacco (BAT) is frustrated breaches of the menthol ban are not being duly investigated by the Health Service, reports the Irish Times.
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EGYPT

Terms for cigarette making licence amended

04 Jun 2021. After complaints from the tobacco industry, Egyptian authorities have amended the terms for bidding on a cigarette manufacturing licence, reports Reuters.
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UNITED KINGDOM

BAT faces questions over links to state-owned factory in Belarus

02 Jun 2021. British American Tobacco (BAT) is facing questions over its links to the Belarus regime as a state-owned factory accused of fuelling smuggling produces millions of packets of its top brands each year, reports i News.
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