Archive - September 2020

UNITED KINGDOM
30% funding increase of WHO

As the US turns its back on the WHO, the UK is set to become its biggest national donor with a 30 per cent increase of its funding, reports the Guardian.

UNITED STATES
USD 100 million for farmers

The US federal government is planning to give up to USD 100 million to tobacco farmers who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, reports the New York...

WALES
New cigarette butt littering campaigns

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) has come up with two new schemes to avoid cigarette butt littering and keep the streets clean, reports Convenience Store.

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT calls for “meaningful change”

The company’s Chief Marketing Officer outlined the policies behind BAT’s ambition to reduce the health impact of its business, according to a company press...

AUSTRALIA
Government approves e-cig prescription

E-cigarettes in Australia will become available by mid-next year, but only with a doctor’s prescription, as determined by the Therapeutic Goods...

IRAN
Iran declares first ‘tobacco-free’ city

A national plan aiming to protect people in 63 cities and 63 villages from second-hand smoke over a five-year period has just been piloted in the central city...

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