Archive - January 2023

JAPAN
Medical marijuana could be legalised

The Japanese government is set to submit a bill that would revise the Cannabis Control Law and allow the use of medical marijuana, reports The Japan...

UNITED STATES
Juul discusses deal with tobacco majors

Juul Labs Inc is in early deal talks with Philip Morris International Inc (PMI), Japan Tobacco Group (JT) and Altria Group Inc, reports Reuters.

News of the...

GERMANY
Drug Commissioner wants stricter rules

The Federal Government Commissioner on Narcotic Drugs, Burkhard Blienert, wants to take stricter action against alcohol and tobacco advertising as well as...

UNITED STATES
FDA rejects two menthol Vuse e-cig products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued Marketing Denial Orders (MDOs) for two Vuse products - the Vuse Vibe Tank Menthol 3.0% and the Vuse Ciro...

JAPAN
Shareholder urges JTI to sell drug unit

Japan Tobacco Inc (JTI) is being pushed to sell its listed drug unit Torii Pharmaceutical Co by its shareholder LIM Advisors, reports Reuters.

Hong...

UNITED STATES
Juul secures USD 255 million settlement

Juul Labs Inc has been granted preliminary approval of a USD 255 million settlement resolving claims by consumers that it deceptively marketed its products...

SCOTLAND
Ban on disposable e-cigs considered

The Scottish government is considering a ban on disposable vapes because they pose a threat to the environment, reports BBC News.

In a campaign against...

WORLD
Industry is Top Employer

British American Tobacco (BAT), Philip Morris International (PMI) and Japan Tobacco International (JTI) have repeatedly received top marks as...

ITALY
New bans on smoking and vaping

New measures against smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes have been announced by Italy’s health minister Orazio Schillaci in a hearing before the Social...

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