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AUSTRALIA
New plans to legalise cannabis

The Australian Greens have announced that new legal advice means that cannabis legalisation could be implemented by 2023, reports news.com.au.

NWS Greens...

CANADA
Cannabis regulation review

Four years after becoming the first big economy to legalise cannabis for recreational purposes, Canada is launching a review of its cannabis regulations...

PAKISTAN
Govt increases adjustable duty

In a bid to enhance revenue from the tobacco sector, the Pakistani government has increased the adjustable federal excise duty (FED) on unmanufactured tobacco...

UNITED STATES
NGP market to reach USD 67 billion in 2030

A recent report from INSIGHT ACE Analytic on Next Generation Products has predicted that the market will reach USD 67.38 billion in 2030, reports...

UNITED STATES
Juul sues the FDA

Juul Labs is sueing the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over the agency’s refusal to disclose documents justifying the ban on Juul e-cigarettes...

SWITZERLAND
PMI renews call to help end smoking

Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) is calling on policymakers, regulators, public health advocates, tobacco companies, and activists to unite behind...

GERMANY
Final report: InterTabac and InterSupply

Around 12,100 visitors from all over the globe celebrated the comeback of the twin fairs in Dortmund, according to a press release from organisers Messe...

GERMANY
Lindner plans cannabis legalisation for 2023

Cannabis legalisation is to come to Germany next year. At least that is what Finance Minister Christian Lindner wants. However, statements made by the Federal...

THAILAND
Cannabis bill withdrawn

A bill to regulate the wider use of cannabis in Thailand has been sent back to the drafting committee for further revision, reports Bloomberg.

The bill that...

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