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Partnering for compliance

Partnering for compliance

| March 14, 2016

Innokin and Nerudia have established a strategic partnership to ensure that some of the world’s most popular vaporizers achieve compliance with the new EU Tobacco Products Directive.

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Marbach continues expansion

Marbach continues expansion

| March 11, 2016

The Marbach Group, a specialist in die-cutting technology, reflects on a successful 2015–and looks forward to growth in 2016.

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New chapter in Dalligate saga

New chapter in Dalligate saga

| March 11, 2016

Stripped of diplomatic immunity, OLAF’s chief apparently has the option of trying to protect the organization’s independence by bringing legal action against the EU Commission.

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Finland looks to ban capsules

Finland looks to ban capsules

| March 11, 2016

The flavor capsules included in some cigarette filters are there to attract young people to smoking, according to Finland’s health ministry, and so the country is looking to ban them – soon.

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Doctors say e-cigs have quit role

Doctors say e-cigs have quit role

| March 11, 2016

US doctors are trending to the view that electronic cigarettes have a role to play in harm reduction, but they are looking for assurances about their safety and restrictions on their use.

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JT’s domestic volume increased

JT’s domestic volume increased

| March 11, 2016

February was a good month for Japan Tobacco Inc. as its domestic cigarette volume increased by nearly two percent and its market share stood almost two percentage points above that of the full year 2015.

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