Archive - December 2013

UNITED STATES
FedEx sued over mail-order cigarettes

New York City in a civil suit accused FedEx of violating an agreement to stop delivering untaxed mail-order cigarettes to city residents, the Associated Press...

UNITED STATES
Tobacco hornworm defends itself with nicotine

Tobacco hornworm caterpillars ingest nicotine to ward off their major predator, the website Examiner.com said in a story citing work by a German research...

HUNGARY
State tobacco monopoly spurs black market

Trade in illicit cigarettes is booming after the government established national tobacco shops six months ago, a move that slashed the number of stores and cut...

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tougher tobacco laws from 21 Jan

Preparations are on target for the 21 Jan implementation of strict anti-tobacco controls that include a ban commercial growing and advertising, the Khaleej...

UNITED STATES
ECIG attacks NYC public vaping ban

The Electronic Cigarette Industry Group (ECIG) said New York acted prematurely and without supporting evidence last week when the City Council voted to add...

SWITZERLAND
Labouchere leaves JTI

Pierre de Labouchere resigned as president and chief executive of Japan Tobacco International (JTI), and was replaced by former chief operating officer Thomas...

EUROPEAN UNION
Deal reached on most of new tobacco directive

A compromise reached on rules for tobacco products sold in the European Union includes large graphic warnings, a ban on flavoured cigarettes and nicotine...

EUROPEAN UNION
TPD talks snagged on e-cig rules

European Union negotiators are near agreement on revising tobacco regulation for the 28 member states, with treatment of e-cigarettes a last but significant...

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