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ISDS provision still dogs trade deal

ISDS provision still dogs trade deal

| March 2, 2016

Negotiations on an EU-Canada trade deal have ended, but some MEPs are threatening to oppose it because of ISDS provisions that are said to favor corporations.

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Graphic warnings head for Myanmar

Graphic warnings head for Myanmar

| March 2, 2016

Myanmar is to require that graphic health warnings are included on tobacco packs from September 1, but the easily-available Chinese black market cigarettes are unlikely to comply.

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Nerudia and Broughton Labs partner

Nerudia and Broughton Labs partner

| March 1, 2016

Nerudia and Broughton Laboratories are partnering to support customers in complying with the requirements of the European Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), which comes into effect on May 20.

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E-cigs boost long-term quit rates

E-cigs boost long-term quit rates

| March 1, 2016

Vaping is providing a boost to the number of people in England who are quitting smoking long-term, and the number of quitters could be increased further if electronic cigarettes were incorporated into specialist smoking cessation services.

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Pack row plainly set to continue

Pack row plainly set to continue

| March 1, 2016

Malaysia’s plan to require tobacco packaging to be sold in standardized packaging seems unlikely to settle the debate over the efficacy of this policy, but it is widening it.

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Display ban unlikely in Denmark

Display ban unlikely in Denmark

| March 1, 2016

The Danish parliament is likely to close the shutters on a proposal by the Social Democratic Party that cigarette displays in kiosks and stores should be banned.

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