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UNITED STATES

FDA proposes NNN limit for smokeless products

20 Jan 2017. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed a rule to cap N-nitrosonornicotine content in products like moist snuff and chewing tobacco, saying NNN is a “potent carcinogenic agent” that significantly raises the risk of oral cancer.
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GERMANY

TJI to sponsor seminar on EU tobacco directive

20 Jan 2017. Tobacco Journal International is sponsoring a one-day seminar in February to help manufacturers stay in compliance with the European Union Tobacco Products Directive that took effect last May.
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UNITED STATES

Florida sues tobacco companies over MSA payments

19 Jan 2017. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi sued RJ Reynolds Tobacco (RJRT) and ITG Brands, alleging the companies owe money to the state under the landmark Master Settlement Agreement (MSA).
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SWM to expand filigree paper capacity

18 Jan 2017. Schweitzer-Mauduit International (SWM) plans to expand its capacity to produce cigarette papers embossed with distinctive markings this year at a plant in France, the company said.
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Altria acquires cigar landmark Nat Sherman

18 Jan 2017. Altria acquired Sherman Group Holdings, including the Nat Sherman subsidiaries and super-premium cigar brands, for an undisclosed price, the company said.
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FDA asks input on guidelines for expanded free-sample ban

18 Jan 2017. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is seeking public input on a draft guideline outlining how the ban on distributing free samples applies to recently regulated tobacco products such as e-cigarettes, cigars and shisha.
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CAMBODIA

Local manufacturer severs deal with Imperial

18 Jan 2017. A local manufacturer has severed a deal with Imperial Brands to manufacture Fine cigarettes for distribution in Cambodia, the Phnom Penh Post reported.
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UNITED KINGDOM

BAT to acquire rest of RAI

17 Jan 2017. British American Tobacco and Reynolds American will merge operations under a deal valued at USD 49.4 billion (EUR 46.6 billion) that gives BAT full control of RAI and direct access to the US market, the companies said.
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WORLD

WHO picks theme for 2017 No Tobacco Day

13 Jan 2017. The World Health Organisation has selected, “Tobacco – a threat to development,” as the theme for its annual World No Tobacco Day campaign to culminate on 31 May.
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NEW ZEALAND

PMI’s heat-not-burn launch lands in hot water

13 Jan 2017. A launch party in Auckland for Philip Morris International’s iQOS heat-not-burn device prompted complaints that the product is forbidden under a 1990 law banning oral tobacco, the New Zealand Herald reported.
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