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GREAT BRITAIN
Vaping hits record high

Vaping has reached a record level in Great Britain, with an estimated 4.3 million people being active vapers, reports The Guardian.

A report shows that 8.3...

GERMANY
Smoking rate increased during COVID-19

The proportion of smokers in Germany has risen significantly since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, reports dpa.
The smoking rate in Germany is currently...

CAMBODIA
Tobacco exports increase by 100%

Cambodia exported 4,789.68 tonnes of dry tobacco leaves from January to July, a 100 per cent increase over the corresponding period last year, The Phnom Penh...

JAPAN
JT applies to amend retail prices of HTPs

Japan Tobacco Inc. (JT) has announced that it has applied to the Ministry of Finance for approval to amend the retail prices of its heated tobacco products...

PAKISTAN
Tobacco farmers want advance tax withdrawn

Tobacco farmers want the government to abolish the advance tax of PKR 380 (USD 1.76) per kilogram on tobacco leaf, reports The News International.

The...

PAKISTAN
Tobacco exports up by 415 per cent

In July, Pakistan’s tobacco exports increased by an incredible 415 per cent compared to the same month in the previous year, reports the Pakistan...

UNITED STATES
Warning issue for marketing nicotine gummies

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning letter for marketing flavoured nicotine gummies that are especially attractive to youths...

UNITED STATES
Respira appoints former top Altria exec as CEO

Respira Technologies, Inc. has appointed former Altria Group executive and current Respira COO Brian Quigley as its new Chief Executive Officer. Respira’s...

CANADA
N.W.T. has the highest tobacco tax in Canada

The government of N.W.T. (Northwest Territories) has increased the tax on cigarettes, making people pay now the highest rate of taxes in the country, reports...

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