Archive - November 2019

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UNITED STATES
First state bans flavours and menthols

Massachusetts has become the first US state to outlaw the general sale of flavoured tobacco and nicotine vaping products after GOP Gov. Charlie Baker signed a...

UNITED KINGDOM
“On track for a strong year”

British American Tobacco (BAT) said its business continues to perform well and that it is on track for a strong financial performance on an adjusted basis, the...

SOUTH KOREA
BAT Korea launches new product

BAT Korea has announced that the glo pro tobacco heating device will be available to purchase in Korea from 2 December, Yonhap News Agency reported.

UNITED STATES
Trump in U-turn on flavour ban

US President Donald Trump has raised concerns about banning the sale of e-cigarette flavours, suggesting it could lead to illegal imports, according to The New...

UNITED KINGDOM
Cigarette imports fall by half

The number of cigarettes imported into Britain has decreased by almost half over the last decade as smoking continues to decline, The Times reported.

THE PHILIPPINES
The Philippines ban e-cigarette use

The President of the Philippines has said he will ban the use of e-cigarettes and have people vaping in public arrested, reports Bloomberg.

SWITZERLAND
Concerns about Switzerland’s tobacco laws

A recent commission report has claimed that Switzerland is falling behind when it comes to curbing tobacco and nicotine use, reported Medical Xpress.

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