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SWEDEN

PerkinElmer acquires Perten Instruments

27 Nov 2014. US-based PerkinElmer acquired Perten Instruments of Sweden, a leader in analytical instruments, to improve its food testing portfolio, Perten said.
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CHINA

Ban on tobacco product ads proposed

25 Nov 2014. The government proposed banning all forms of advertising for tobacco products and codifying a ban on indoor smoking to strengthen its anti-smoking programme, Xinhua news service reported.
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GERMANY

E-cig trade group demands damages

24 Nov 2014. The E-cigarette Trade Association (VdeH) is readying a suit against the state of North Rhine-Westphalia for stunting business via a claim later rejected by a high court that e-products are subject to pharma regulation, VdeH said.
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UNITED STATES

Oberlander to assume BAT board slot at RAI

21 Nov 2014. Ricardo Oberlander, the British American Tobacco management board member responsible for the Americas, will join the board of directors at Reynolds American as a BAT representative, RAI said.
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GERMANY

High court rules e-cig not a medicine

21 Nov 2014. The Federal Administrative Court ruled electronic cigarettes and liquids are not medicine, striking down claims to the contrary by municipal, state and federal authorities, according to Deutsche Presse-Agentur.
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UNITED STATES

Massachusetts town rejects tobacco sales ban

20 Nov 2014. Westminster rejected a ban on tobacco sales that would have it the first in the nation to legislate the products off store shelves in the town near Boston, Massachusetts, the Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise said.
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UNITED KINGDOM

BAT shuffles management

20 Nov 2014. British American Tobacco (BAT) announced a series of management changes, including the departure of Nicoventures Managing Director Des Naughton and Neil Withington, who will retire from the Management Board next year.
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Union floats plan to keep threatened JTI plant open

19 Nov 2014. A union representing workers at Japan Tobacco International’s (JTI) cigarette factory in Northern Ireland proposed turning the site into a centre for excellence for pouch tobaccos and cigars as an alternative to closing the plant, the BBC said.
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Vape is Oxford Dictionaries’ word for 2014

19 Nov 2014. Vape continues to gain steam with its selection as Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year just months after the verb was added to the online lexicon in August, the publishers said.
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UNITED STATES

Reynolds to launch heat-not-burn product

18 Nov 2014. Reynolds American plans to launch a heat-not-burn product early in 2015, which would provide a domestic challenger to Philip Morris International’s iQOS heat sticks, the Associated Press reported.
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