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No stomach for more tobacco control

No stomach for more tobacco control

| October 14, 2016

follow link Anti-tobacco activists in the UK want the government to bite off another chunk of tobacco control policies before it has finished chewing, let alone digested, the most recent mouthful.

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Smokers seek e-cig opportunity

Smokers seek e-cig opportunity

| October 13, 2016

enter site The Australian government believes, no doubt, that it is doing the right thing by not allowing the sale of electronic cigarettes with nicotine, but is it possible that smokers know best?

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E-cigarettes deliver the goods

E-cigarettes deliver the goods

| October 13, 2016

http://www.townandcountryinteriors.com/custom-written-essay/ A paper published by Tobacco Control says that the latest generations of electronic cigarettes are efficient at delivering nicotine while significantly lowering exposure to a potent toxicant.

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Smokers hit, drinkers given free rein

Smokers hit, drinkers given free rein

| October 13, 2016

business plan customer service department Suggestions about subsidising electronic cigarettes and lowering the duty on alcohol were ignored in the Irish budget, which did increase sharply the duty on cigarettes.

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Malawi buying season extended

Malawi buying season extended

| October 13, 2016

http://araleedorough.com/?p=cheap-essay-writing-services-uk Malawi’s tobacco buying season has been extended, purportedly because of overproduction; but the season would have moved along more quickly if growers had been offered a reasonable deal.

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Malawi prices down nearly 23 percent

Malawi prices down nearly 23 percent

| October 12, 2016

http://www.oop.it/?dissertation-writing-services-in-canada Whether you are a farmer or an academic, growing tobacco in Malawi seems to make little sense, especially this season, with prices down by nearly 23 percent.

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Proposed new rule ‘disastrous’

Proposed new rule ‘disastrous’

| October 12, 2016

http://vaygaptrongngay.com/writing-a-college-paper/ writing a college paper The most dangerous threat facing vapor products in the US seems to stem from bureaucracy dressed up as science.

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PMI to host results webcast

PMI to host results webcast

| October 12, 2016

http://labimpresa.com/?p=dissertation-define PMI’s third-quarter results are due to be discussed during a live audio webcast on October 18.

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PMI strengthens position in Nigeria

PMI strengthens position in Nigeria

| October 11, 2016

Last year, Philip Morris International started importing its Senegal-manufactured cigarette brands into Nigeria. By the end of this year, some of those brands will be manufactured in Nigeria.

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Tobacco interests seek seat at CoP7

Tobacco interests seek seat at CoP7

| October 11, 2016

The Conference of the Parties to the WHO’s FCTC is finding that holding its meeting in the biggest democracy has its drawbacks. Tobacco people in India don’t want to be dictated to.

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PMI to launch iQOS into US

PMI to launch iQOS into US

| October 11, 2016

Having enjoyed huge success in Japan, Philip Morris International’s iQOS and HeatSticks vapor system is to be launched in the US during 2017.

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TFWA visitor numbers down

TFWA visitor numbers down

| October 11, 2016

There was talk of being optimistic while carrying an umbrella at this year’s TFWA World Exhibition & Conference, where exhibition visitor numbers were down slightly on those of last year.

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Eastern wants tobacco grown in Egypt

Eastern wants tobacco grown in Egypt

| October 10, 2016

Faced with difficulties over importing tobacco into Egypt, Eastern Company is proposing that the country’s ban on leaf growing is overturned.

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JT to expand Ploom TECH sales

JT to expand Ploom TECH sales

| October 10, 2016

No company likes to be unable to keep up with demand for its products, but Japan Tobacco Inc, used to serving a declining domestic tobacco market, must be enjoying a warm glow from suddenly serving an increasing vapor-device market.

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20 million vapers demand a hearing

20 million vapers demand a hearing

| October 10, 2016

An alliance has been formed to stand up at international level on behalf of the numerous national organizations that represent the interests of nicotine consumers.

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Taxing time for WHO

Taxing time for WHO

| October 10, 2016

Many countries seem reluctant, for whatever reasons, to fund the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.

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Testing time for vaping

Testing time for vaping

| October 10, 2016

Scientists want to know how vapers vape because understanding this is an essential step to understanding the potential that vaping devices might have to reduce the harm caused by smoking.

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Illicit whites flooding Europe

Illicit whites flooding Europe

| October 10, 2016

Under pressure in respect of counterfeit and contraband tobacco products, criminals are increasingly turning to illicit white cigarettes in order to keep black market pipelines primed.

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Some public sessions at COP7

Some public sessions at COP7

| October 6, 2016

Some concessions to the principle of transparency might be made when the usually-secretive Conference of the Parties to the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control meets in India next month.

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JTI signs leaf agreement in Italy

JTI signs leaf agreement in Italy

| October 6, 2016

A new leaf tobacco purchase agreement between Japan Tobacco International and the Italian Ministry of Agriculture will be worth about an extra €160 million to the local industry.

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