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Farmers want seat at FCTC table

Farmers want seat at FCTC table

| April 7, 2016

Tobacco growers want to be part of the discussion whenever issues that might affect their livelihoods arise, but, seemingly, this is not the way the world works.

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‘Information quarantine’ in force

‘Information quarantine’ in force

| April 7, 2016

Harm reduction principles are readily applied to many products such as cars, pharmaceuticals and alcohol; so why is it seemingly so difficult to apply them to nicotine devices?

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Shanghai to extend smoking ban

Shanghai to extend smoking ban

| April 7, 2016

Smokers in Shanghai are going to find their options further restricted as the city extends its tobacco smoking bans to take in a wider range of venues both indoors and outdoors.

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Using science to aid innovation

Using science to aid innovation

| April 6, 2016

BAT’s top scientist has called for wide-ranging, rigorous testing of new types of next-generation products, but more focused testing of variant products based on the original.

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Job fears over factory shutdown

Job fears over factory shutdown

| April 6, 2016

Factory workers and tobacco growers face an uncertain future following Bulgartabac’s decision to shut a factory in Sofia and stop exports to the Middle East.

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Tobacco smoking ban academic

Tobacco smoking ban academic

| April 6, 2016

A public places tobacco smoking ban based on a 2005 act of parliament is making its way through Dhaka University’s halls of learning.

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