Archive - June 2019

SOUTH KOREA
300 billionth cigarette produced

British American Tobacco (BAT) Korea celebrated the production of its 300 billionth cigarette in its only factory in Korea, Korea JoongAng Daily reported.

GERMANY
Low nicotine plant developed

Researchers at the TU Dortmund have succeeded in creating a gene-edited tobacco plant with CRISPR technique that has the lowest nicotine level of all time, New...

UNITED STATES
Vaping ban passed

San Francisco will become the first US city to effectively ban the sale of e-cigarettes, after the city's board of supervisors unanimously voted in favour...

THAILAND
Smoking at home to be banned

A new law in Thailand bans smoking at home in a bid to reduce deaths caused by second-hand smoke, Bangkok Post reported.

AUSTRALIA
Tasmania considers higher tobacco age

Tasmania could be the first state in Australia to ban the sale of cigarettes to people aged under 21, The Advocate reported.

THE PHILIPPINES
Juul launches in the Philippines

As part of its plans to expand operations in the Asia-Pacific region, US e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs partnered with the subsidiary of JG Summit...

UNITED KINGDOM
Study: tobacco usage is common in TV

A new study in the Faculty of Public Health’s Journal of Public Health finds that tobacco and alcohol usage are extremely common in British reality...

UNITED STATES
50% less profits predicted

Profits for major US tobacco companies could be cut in half if the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) adopts a “maximum nicotine” rule within the next 15...

SRI LANKA
Imports refused

Sri Lanka’s Health Minister, Dr Rajitha Senaratne, said on 17 June he will not allow the import of foreign cigarettes into the country, Daily FT reported.

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