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Duty-free has potential

Duty-free has potential

| April 4, 2016

With tobacco duty-free sections of some airports hidden away, it is easy for this sales channel to get overlooked, but travelers are still looking to make savings.

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Butts: ‘unnecessary toxic litter’

Butts: ‘unnecessary toxic litter’

| April 1, 2016

Products aimed at reducing the problems caused by smoking are often seen by some as encouraging smoking. Even butt receptacles are not immune. So is it time to ban filters?

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Korea unveils graphic warnings

Korea unveils graphic warnings

| April 1, 2016

South Korea took about 13 years to agree to introduce graphic health warnings as the country grappled with the question of whether the images were likely to cause disgust. That question might be raised again.

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Ombudsman examining tobacco lobby

Ombudsman examining tobacco lobby

| April 1, 2016

No tobacco industry speakers are listed to address an event being hosted by the EU Ombudsman to examine questions about tobacco lobbying.

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Cigarette litter can be reduced

Cigarette litter can be reduced

| March 31, 2016

A US program has shown that cigarette – and other – litter can be reduced, but to be successful such programs have to focus on changing behaviour.

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New grower payment system

New grower payment system

| March 31, 2016

It is going to take time for Zimbabwe’s new tobacco-grower payment system to be accepted by everyone, but, despite its drawbacks, it seems to offer growers greater protection than they previously had.

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