Archive - May 2012

UNITED STATES
Debate over Proposition 29 heats up

A report by the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says California isn't using tobacco money for smoking prevention programs, thus...

FRANCE
French smokers unite against curbs

French smokers have formed The Union for the Rights of Adult Smokers, a lobby group to defend smokers' rights against what they perceive as unfair curbs...

JAPAN
Japan Tobacco acquires RYO/MYO maker

Japan Tobacco acquired Gryson NV, a Belgian manufacturer of roll-your-own (RYO) and make-your-own (MYO) tobacco products, for EUR 475 million.

GERMANY
Tobacco use drops among teenagers

The share of young smokers aged between 12 and 17 years stood at 11.7 per cent in 2011, a sharp drop from 27.5 per cent in 2001, finds a government report on...

JAPAN
Sale of Japan Tobacco shares initiated

The Japanese government said on Friday it has asked investment banks to submit by 30 May their applications for the sale of shares in Japan Tobacco, reports...

RUSSIA
Strict anti-smoking law proposed

A draft law stipulating a ban on the open sale of cigarettes and smoking in public places has been submitted to the State Duma, reports the Russian Legal...

UNITED STATES
Altria raises smokeless tobacco prices

Altria Group is to raise the price on all moist smokeless tobacco and snus brands by USD 0.05 (EUR 0.04) as of 25 May, reports convenience news website CSPnet.

AUSTRALIA
BAT launches budget brand

British American Tobacco (BAT) Australia said on Thursday it was launching a budget cigarette brand, which prompted the government to accuse the company...

BULGARIA
Rally against full smoking ban held

About 200 people on Sunday protested in downtown Sofia against the ban on smoking in all enclosed public spaces, which comes into force on 1 June, reports...

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