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UNITED KINGDOM

Smoking ban in jails a success

27 Sep 2021. The smoking ban in Scottish jails has been called a success by scientists who found there was no rise in mental health medication due to the ban, reports The Daily Record.
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SAUDI ARABIA

RELX and SAF announce partnership

27 Sep 2021. RELX International has announced a partnership with SAF Trading Agencies for the exclusive distribution of RELX products throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
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NEW ZEALAND

Former tobacco factory stubbed out

27 Sep 2021. The demolition of Petone’s century-old tobacco factory is almost complete, reports Stuff.
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PAKISTAN

Tobacco growers out in protest

24 Sep 2021. With tobacco crops stored and still waiting to be purchased, tobacco growers are facing increasing financial problems, reports The News International.
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WORLD

WHO publishes NGPs report

23 Sep 2021. Novel and emerging tobacco products are the subject of a new WHO report that looks at a range of issues, from the harm caused by toxic ingredients and nicotine exposure to how new nicotine and tobacco products are aggressively marketed to potential users.
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SWITZERLAND

Parliament rejects blanket ban on tobacco ads

23 Sep 2021. The Swiss parliament has approved new advertising and sponsorship regulations for tobacco products. However, a total ban on tobacco advertising was rejected, reports Swiss Info.
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CANADA

Plain packaging successful

23 Sep 2021. According to a new study from the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Project, at the University of Waterloo, cigarette packs without branding have lowered the appeal of cigarettes, reports Medical Xpress.
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THAILAND

Cigar duty cut planned to attract foreigners

22 Sep 2021. The Customs Department is preparing to reduce import duties of alcoholic beverages and cigars by 50 per cent for a period of five years, in line with the government's economic stimulus and investment promotion package, reports Bangkok Post.
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MALAWI

Tobacco earnings up 13% in 2021

22 Sep 2021. Malawi has cumulatively earned USD 197.1 million from tobacco sales in 2021, which is 13 per cent more than last year, reports The Nation.
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UNITED KINGDOM

Vectura set to be delisted

21 Sep 2021. Philip Morris International (PMI) has secured shareholder acceptances for 77.6 per cent of Vectura’s shares meaning the company is set to be delisted on 19 October, reports The Times.
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