Archive - February 2018

Study: Strict tobacco laws led to fewer users

Research from New York University (NYU) School of Medicine and the NYU College of Global Public Health has found that states with strong tobacco control...

Officials implement anti-smoking campaign

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has initiated an eighteen-month ‘Healthy City Programme’ to enforce the country's ban on smoking and consuming...

Tobacco law violators fined USD 2.2 million

Fines given to violators of anti-tobacco laws amounted to RUB 124 million (USD 2.2 million) in 2017, consumer rights agency Rospotrebnadzor announced through...

Big Tobacco dodges murder trial

A case that would have seen Big Tobacco companies accused of attempted murder and manslaughter will not be pursued by the Dutch public prosecutor's...

Regulator suspects IQOS ads breach law

The Lithuanian tobacco regulator has questioned whether Philip Morris International’s (PMI) IQOS tobacco heating device is an electronic product, saying it...

Tobacco excise duty increases

There has been a 10 per cent increase in excise duty on all tobacco products in Singapore, Channel NewsAsia reported.

Cancer society backs e-cigs

The American Cancer Society (ACS) has released a position statement on e-cigarettes in which the organisation encourages smokers unwilling to quit smoking to...

BAT reports strong year

British American Tobacco (BAT) has reported strong 2017 full-year results, with revenue and operating profit, adjusted for the impact of its RAI acquisition...

BAT calls for stable taxes

Days after announcing a 21.2 per cent drop in its net profit, BAT Kenya has called for a more “stable” tax environment, according to a story in Business...

Government shops for low nicotine cigarettes

Federal government agency Health Canada has issued a tender notice to suppliers for the purchase of one million ‘very low-nicotine’ (VLN) cigarettes as...

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