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November 2014

 

Tobacco Reporter’s November 2014 issue features a report from the World Health Organization’s most recent Framework Convention for Tobacco Control Conference of Parties in Moscow, which once again banned press and public from its deliberations. While in Russia, we took the opportunity to review the state of that country’s cigarette market, which is becoming increasingly “dark” with growing restrictions on tobacco-industry communications. On a brighter note, we also present our 2014 Golden Leaf Award winners.

SECRET SOCIETY
By banning the media and public from its Moscow deliberations, the Conference of FCTC Parties again raises questions about its integrity and accountability.

WORK AND PLAY
Industry scientists exchange knowledge and have fun at the 68th annual TSRC.

UNDER SCRUTINY
Even if the claims are exaggerated, a recent report about child labor on U.S. tobacco farms raises some uncomfortable questions.

LAST LIGHT
After years of cigarette volume decline, Russia is about to become a “dark” market as a consequence of new legislation.

PURE AND SIMPLE
Organic tobacco is gaining popularity among consumers and producers, but it’s a challenging crop to grow.

TO THE TEST
Cerulean expands its instrumentation offerings to serve the rapidly growing vapor market.

INTO THE NEW AGE
Beckhoff’s fourth automation meeting attracted a record number of attendees, including representatives of the rapidly growing vapor industry.

A TASTE OF THINGS TO COME
Mother Murphy’s Eduardo Berea shares his insights into the rapidly changing flavor business.

AND THE WINNERS ARE…
Tobacco Reporter announces its 2014 Golden Leaf Awards

 

 

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