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ZIMBABWE

Farmers set to weigh in 200m kg

16 Jun 2018. Tobacco farmers have already sold 190 million kg of leaf and are likely to surpass the targeted tobacco output of 200 million kg for the 2017/2018 marketing season, The Sunday Mail reported.
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FRANCE

Ministry threatens new laws on cig litter

15 Jun 2018. A French government official has announced that the government will impose new regulations on cigarette litter, if tobacco companies do not formally commit to reducing the amount of litter caused by cigarette butts within the next three months, Reuters reported.
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UNITED KINGDOM

BAT to build Neostick facility in Romania

12 Jun 2018. British American Tobacco (BAT) said it will invest in expanding its factory in Ploiești, Romania, to build a dedicated facility for producing its Neosticks heated tobacco consumable at the site, the company said in a press release.
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ZIMBABWE

Tobacco sales up USD 95 mln

12 Jun 2018. Farmers had sold USD 515 million (EUR 436 million) of tobacco leaf by the close of day 52 of the 2018 marketing season, an increase of USD 95 million on gross sales for the comparable period in 2017, The Herald reported, citing Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) data.
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INDIA

PMI eyes new market for IQOS

12 Jun 2018. Philip Morris International (PMI) plans to launch its IQOS heated tobacco platform in the nation with the largest smoking population after China, Reuters reported, citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter.
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WORLD

Cigarette litter problem

11 Jun 2018. The European Environment Agency (EEA) has reported that new data shows that cigarette butts are the most commonly found individual item on European beaches, Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) reported.
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UNITED STATES

Teen smoking rate plunges

07 Jun 2018. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that the percentage of US high school teen smokers has decreased from 24.2 per cent in 2011 to 19.6 per cent in 2017, Daily Mail reported.
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CHINA

Regulator wants indoor smoking spaces

06 Jun 2018. The body charged with regulating the tobacco industry in China has said indoor smoking spaces should be introduced in light of difficulties in enforcing bans on smoking in public spaces, Reuters reported.
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UNITED STATES

San Francisco bans flavoured tobacco products

06 Jun 2018. Nearly 70 per cent of San Francisco residents have voted in favour of a proposition to ban the sale of flavoured tobacco products and some e-cigarette liquids, Time reported.
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CANADA

First G7 country set to legalise cannabis

06 Jun 2018. After months of careful study, the Canadian Senate is expected to pass bill C-45 in June, which would make Canada the first G7 nation to legalise recreational marijuana, Independent reported.
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