Archive - November 2010

SERBIA
Smoking ban takes effect

A smoking ban that restricts smoking in public buildings and workplaces was imposed in Serbia today.

UNITED STATES
FDA unveils graphic warnings

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed 36 pictorial health warnings that will have to be put on cigarette packages by October 2012 and seeks public...

UNITED KINGDOM
Cigarette display ban could be watered down

Liberal Democrat business secretary Vince Cable’s department is negotiating changes to the implementation of the Health Act, reported The Irish Times.

NEW ZEALAND
Cigarette display ban to come

The government announced to tighten legislation on tobacco control, including a display ban in shops, reports the New Zealand Herald.

WORLD
ITGA launches petition against WHO proposals

The International Tobacco Growers Association (ITGA) accuses the World Health Organization (WHO) of putting the livelihoods of millions of tobacco farmers at...

CANADA
Tobacco farmers sue federal government

Two tobacco producers are taking Ottawa to court for failing to collect taxes from illegal smoke shacks, reports The Canadian Press.

AZERBAIJAN
New packaging rules postponed

Requirements for packaging and labeling of tobacco products are to enter into force four months later, reports the Azerbaijan Business Center on its website.

BRUNEI
Higher tobacco tax to curb smoking

The Brunei government yesterday raised the duty on cigarettes to BND 5 (EUR 2.74) for a packet of 20 and banned the import by travellers of duty free...

GERMANY
Tobacco taxes to be raised

The German government plans to raise taxes for tobacco products instead of taxing heavy industry as originally envisaged in the government's economic...

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