Archive - November 2013

SAUDI ARABIA
Dangerous to your marriage

Cigarettes not only endanger your health, they can end your marriage, according to a report in the Gulf News about a three-month marriage on the rocks after...

ASIA
New advocacy group promotes smokers’ rights

A new advocacy group, Factasia.org, has been created to promote smokers’ rights in Asia and defend suppliers against tobacco regulation that threatens their...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT to introduce limited edition cigarettes

British American Tobacco (BAT) will introduce a limited edition Dunhill to test whether a market exists for vintage cigarettes similar to fine wines, the Daily...

UNITED STATES
NJOY names two senior executives

Electronic cigarette company NJOY appointed Princeton University Professor Joshua Rabinowitz chief scientist and former Johnson & Johnson executive David...

UNITED STATES
NJOY alleges patent infringement

NJOY filed suit against Victory Electronic Cigarettes Corporation, alleging patent infringement of its King disposable e-cigarette, the company said.

UNITED STATES
PMI to enter e-cig market next year

Philip Morris International (PMI) will accelerate plans to introduce modified risk tobacco products and will enter the e-cigarette market in the second half of...

IRELAND
Cabinet approves plain-pack bill

The Cabinet unanimously approved an outline for a bill that will mandate plain packaging for cigarettes to remove branding and expand health warnings, the...

UNITED KINGDOM
Sewtec opens R&D centre

Sewtec, a designer and installer of made-to-order production lines for the tobacco industry, has added a research and development centre with a secure build...

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