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Nicotine inhaler testing the law

Nicotine inhaler testing the law

| April 22, 2016

In Australia, where the sale of electronic cigarettes delivering nicotine is banned, the authorities are going to have to take another look at whether they should allow a nicotine inhaler to be sold over the counter.

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Tobacco growers want a say

Tobacco growers want a say

| April 22, 2016

For a long time, tobacco growers have been asking to have their voices heard when COP meetings discuss leaf tobacco matters, and for just as long their requests have been ignored.

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Ingredient controls part of mix

Ingredient controls part of mix

| April 22, 2016

Implementing tobacco ingredient controls is one of six measures to be introduced in Thailand in an attempt to reduce the prevalence of smoking in the country.

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Vector to host results webcast

Vector to host results webcast

| April 22, 2016

The 2016 first quarter results from the Vector Group will be the subject of a webcast and conference call on April 28.

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Call for open attitude to e-cigs

Call for open attitude to e-cigs

| April 21, 2016

A European health expert has said that vaping can be a gateway out of smoking. He made his remarks in Hong Kong, but they have resonance around the world.

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Scotland opens further to vaping

Scotland opens further to vaping

| April 21, 2016

The largest health board in Scotland has lifted vaping restrictions within hospital grounds, and in doing so recognised vaping’s role in the battle to reduce smoking.

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