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UNITED STATES
Smoking costs economy USD 891 billion

Authors of a new American Cancer Society study have found that smoking cost the US economy USD 891 billion in 2020, reports Medical Xpress.

The figure is...

JAPAN
Panel recommends cannabis-based medicines

Japan’s strict drug laws could be revised after a health ministry panel suggested approving the use of cannabis-based medicines, reports AFP.

Whilst the...

CHINA
Flavour ban to take effect

The ban on flavoured vaping products and other standards for vaping products in China will come into effect from 1 October, reports Vaping 360.

China...

IRELAND
Cigarettes become more expensive

The price of a pack of 20 cigarettes will rise by EUR 0.50 in Ireland, reports The Irish Times.
Alcohol has been spared price increases in the budget, but a...

CUBA
Hurricane Ian destroys tobacco farms

Hurricane Ian knocked out power throughout Cuba and devastated some of the country’s most important tobacco farms when it hit the island’s western tip as a...

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...

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