Archive - February 2008

ZIMBABWE/MALAWI
Heavy rains cut forecast

Heavy rains affecting most of southern Africa will reduce forecasted tobacco harvests in Zimbabwe and Malawi.

WORLD
WHO unveils anti-smuggling treaty

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced that it plans to adopt a new international treaty to combat the illegal tobacco trade by 2010.

UNITED STATES
New Jersey to decide on flavoured cigarettes

The sale of certain flavoured cigarettes would be prohibited in New Jersey under a bill that was approved by a state Senate panel and which now heads to the...

INDIA
Government plans to halve cultivation

Government sources said that the Tobacco Board is laying the groundwork for the reduction of tobacco cultivation while a detailed package is being worked out...

PHILIPPINES
Department of Health makes enforcement appeal

The Department of Health has urgently requested mayors to get rid of all outdoor tobacco advertisements, in compliance with the Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003...

BULGARIA
Bulgartabac plans to close two plants

Management at Bulgartabac has asked Bulgaria's Ministry of Economy and Energy for permission to close down its cigarette plants in Plovdiv and Stara...

ZIMBABWE
Tobacco output decreased

The Zimbabwe Tobacco Association (ZTA) projected that this year's tobacco crop would plummet after last year's rebound.

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