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Vapor-product regulations sought in Malaysia

Vapor-product regulations sought in Malaysia

| September 29, 2015

A petition urging the government of Malaysia to regulate vapor products in the country has attracted 50,000 signatures, according to a Bernama story citing the Malaysian Organisation of Vape Entities (MOVE). MOVE’s president, Samsul Kamal Arriffin, said the group wanted the government to ensure that the manufacture, sale and distribution of the products were managed […]

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Cork tip: High taxes encourage illegal trade

Cork tip: High taxes encourage illegal trade

| September 29, 2015

The illegal trade in cigarettes is rife in County Cork, Ireland, according to a UTV (Ulster Television) story. During the past two weeks, 595,000 illicit cigarettes have been found in Cork, which figure represents about one cigarette for every resident of the county. In the most recent incident, the third haul in two weeks, a […]

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Plan to save tobacco products rubbish from tip

Plan to save tobacco products rubbish from tip

| September 29, 2015

Japan Tobacco International is backing an initiative aimed at recycling the UK’s cigarette butts into plastic products, according to a BT story. The initiative will allow smokers to prevent some of the billions of non-biodegradable butts and other cigarette waste from ending up in landfill or as litter, the recycling company behind the scheme, TerraCycle, […]

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JT keen to complete Santa Fe deal this week

JT keen to complete Santa Fe deal this week

| September 29, 2015

Japan Tobacco Inc. is in the final stages of negotiations to buy Reynolds American Inc.’s Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company subsidiary, possibly excluding the US rights to the Natural American Spirit brand, according to a Nikkei Asian Review (NAR) story relayed by the TMA. JT is said to be aiming to reach an agreement on […]

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Exporters walk away from tobacco with volcanic ash

Exporters walk away from tobacco with volcanic ash

| September 28, 2015

Thousands of tobacco farmers in Jember, East Java, have been struggling to market their tobacco this year after their plants were completely or partly damaged by the recent eruptions of Mount Raung, according to a story in The Jakarta Post. Suwarno, a farmer of Na Oogst tobacco in Balung district, was quoted as saying that […]

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Plight of Andhra growers ‘extremely grave’

Plight of Andhra growers ‘extremely grave’

| September 28, 2015

The plight of tobacco growers in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has been described by two leading tobacco growers’ associations as ‘extremely grave’, according to a Webindia story. The Kondepi Tobacco Growers’ Association and the Kaligiri FCV Tobacco Growers’ Association were quoted as saying that they were disturbed by the ‘growing number’ of suicides […]

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