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Deakes to lead hologram association

Deakes to lead hologram association

| February 2, 2016

The International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA) has outlined its plans for continuing growth with the appointment of a new general secretary.

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Tobacco tax policies questioned

Tobacco tax policies questioned

| February 2, 2016

Questions have been raised about the viability of an Australian Labor Party proposal to increase excise taxes on tobacco products so as to generate additional revenue for education, budget repair and other yet-to-be-announced measures.

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Japan seeks bigger health warnings

Japan seeks bigger health warnings

| February 2, 2016

Japan’s Finance Ministry is due to consider whether cigarette manufacturers should be required to include on their products more prominent warnings about the possible negative health impacts of smoking.

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Oman mulls unhealthy-products tax

Oman mulls unhealthy-products tax

| February 2, 2016

A tax on unhealthy products such as tobacco, fast food and soft drinks had to be introduced in Oman soon, the country’s Minister of Health Dr Ahmed Mohammed Al Saidi has told the Times of Oman.

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MEPs want tobacco minutes online

MEPs want tobacco minutes online

| February 1, 2016

Two members of the European parliament are putting pressure on the Commission to publish online the minutes of meetings between its employees and tobacco interest groups.

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Children grow tobacco in Bangladesh

Children grow tobacco in Bangladesh

| February 1, 2016

Although children are banned from tobacco production in Bangladesh, a large number of them are to be found working on tobacco farms and in bidi factories, according to a story on bdnews24.com.

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