Archive - January 2009

Ontario bans smoking in cars

The Canadian province of Ontario has issued a law, effective Wednesday, which bans smoking in cars with children as passengers.

Bavaria and Berlin ease bans

Germany’s state of Bavaria is relaxing its strict smoking ban as of August, and the government of the City of Berlin also wants to change the tough...

Islamic body opts for partial smoking ban

The country’s highest Islamic authority, the Indonesian Ulema Council, issued several edicts last Sunday that, among others, partially ban smoking.

Smokers to pay higher health premium

Smokers in Saudi Arabia will have to pay an increased premium for their health insurance policies, the country’s health minister, Hamad Al-Manie, said.

Financial crisis may impact smoking rates

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the global financial crisis may spark a rise in mental illness and health problems as people turn to...

Government to decide on graphic warnings

Graphic warning labels will be put on cigarette packs in Cambodia beginning next month if the government approves a plan by the ministry of health...

JTI plans investment in Turkey

The Turkish subsidiary of Japan Tobacco International (JTI) will invest USD 200 million (EUR 154 million) in Turkey between 2009 and 2011.

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