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ZIMBABWE

Tobacco sales volume down 21 per cent

25 Mar 2015. Marketing season is off to a slow start with flue-cured volume down 21 per cent through the first twelve days and prices running well below last year, the Zimbabwe Herald said.
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UNITED STATES

Engle award shield bill stalls

25 Mar 2015. Florida state legislators on the House Civil Justice Subcommittee failed to take up a bill that would set a cap on damage awards against tobacco companies in Engle progeny lawsuits, theTampa Bay Times said.
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California launches anti e-cig campaign

24 Mar 2015. California health officials launched campaign to highlight the dangers of e-cigarettes and combat the growing popularity of vaping, the San Bernadino Sun said.
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UNITED KINGDOM

BAT names KPMG external auditor

24 Mar 2015. KPMG has been named external auditor at British American Tobacco to replace PricewaterhouseCoopers, BAT said.
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NETHERLANDS

E-cig sales limited to 18 and older

24 Mar 2015. Sales of electronic cigarettes, both with and without nicotine, will be banned to anyone below the age of 18, DutchNews.nl said.
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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Abu Dhabi conference calls for plain-pack expansion

23 Mar 2015. Increasing the number of countries mandating uniform packaging for tobacco products and that tax those products at 70 per cent of retail price are among goals set at a recently concluded anti-tobacco conference.
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Medwakh madness in UAE

23 Mar 2015. Teenagers in the United Arab Emirates are turning to a potent pipe tobacco containing 44 mg of nicotine per gram dubbed “dizziness” that can cause seizures, Agence France-Presse reported.
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AUSTRALIA

Four-meter safety belt incorporated into smoking ban

23 Mar 2015. Smokers lighting up within four meters of a building subject to the Victorian ban on smoking in public places may be fined AUD 147 (EUR 106), the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said.
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TAIWAN

I-Mei to end sales of tobacco products

20 Mar 2015. I-Mei Food Co will end the sale of tobacco products in its 88 stores in April, according to the Taipei Times.
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AUSTRALIA

Plain packs effective, studies show

20 Mar 2015. Plain packaging is reducing the appeal of cigarettes with youth and has not led to an increase in consumption of illicit “cheap whites”, according to what Cancer Council Victoria bills as the first comprehensive evaluation.
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