Archive - September 2013

PM USA prevails in California 'lights' suit

A California Superior Court judge rejected damage claims up to USD 1 billion (EUR 740 million) in a class-action suit filed on behalf of Marlboro Lights...

Prosecutors call for e-cigarette flavours ban

The National Association of Attorneys General in an open letter to tobacco regulators said the ban on cigarette flavours that appeal to youth should be...

Indonesia files WTO plain-pack complaint

Indonesia on 20 Sept became the fifth country to file a complaint with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against Australia’s tobacco plain-packaging law...

Fuisz awarded quick-release nicotine patent

Fuisz LLC, a private company, obtained a US patent for a tobacco-pouch coating that speeds up release of nicotine in portion-packed smokeless tobacco, the...

Pennsylvania to contest MSA arbitration

Pennsylvania will challenge an 11 Sept arbitration ruling on contested Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) payments from 2003, the Associated Press reported.

USD 53 million for tobacco regulatory science

Fourteen academic centres are being set up in the first year of a partnership between the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and National Institutes of Health...

Tobacco producing countries seek CAP redress

A group of countries led by Italy is seeking to reopen portions of the Common Agricultural Policy reform agreed in June to obtain more subsidies for tobacco...

22nd Century acquires cigarette maker Nasco

22nd Century Group, a low-nicotine tobacco specialist, will acquire Nasco Products LLC of North Carolina to facilitate widespread distribution of its products...

PMI rebuts media TPD criticism

Philip Morris International (PMI) defended its right to lobby European Union officials on proposed changes to tobacco regulation, and rebutted recent media...

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