Archive - December 2008

UNITED STATES
NY governor signs cigarette tax legislation

A bill intended to enforce collection of excise taxes on cigarettes sold at Indian-owned stores was signed into law Monday by governor David Paterson.

UNITED STATES
Smokers could sue over “light” cigarettes

The Supreme Court cleared the way for a new wave of litigation, ruling that makers could be sued for allegedly deceiving smokers about the dangers of so-called...

UNITED STATES
NY court rejects claim over regular cigarettes

New York's top court rejected a product liability claim against tobacco companies for selling regular cigarettes when they could have used lower levels of...

SAUDI ARABIA
Suit against cigarette agents has begun

The general court in Riyadh on 21 October has begun hearing a lawsuit filed by the Ministry of Health against agents of international tobacco companies in the...

SOUTH KOREA
Army says no to foreign tobacco

The South Korean Army has decided to postpone the introduction of foreign tobacco products at its post exchange stores by at least another year, Yonhap News...

SOUTH KOREA
Province files suit against cigarette maker

Gyeonggi provice said it will file a damages suit against KT&G, demanding the tobacco company should be held accountable for losses from fire started by...

SOUTH KOREA
Province set to file lawsuit

Gyeonggi Province said it will file a damages suit against KT&G, demanding the nation's largest tobacco company be held accountable for losses from fires...

PHILIPPINES
Corn farmers shifting back to tobacco

Many corn planters in Northern Luzon are beginning to shift back to tobacco farming, especially after the price of corn in the world market has dropped to...

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