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Croatia considering graphic health warnings

Croatia considering graphic health warnings

| August 11, 2015

Croatian lawmakers are considering a proposal that would require cigarette companies to print graphic health warnings covering 65 percent of the pack surface, according to local press reports. The proposal would also ban the sale of cigarette packs containing fewer than 20 pieces, prohibit the use of additives and flavors in cigarettes and rolling tobacco,and […]

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Survey reveals ‘non-shop’ tobacco trade

Survey reveals ‘non-shop’ tobacco trade

| August 11, 2015

Almost one-third of participants in a survey commissioned by the U.K. Tobacco Manufacturers Association (TMA) said they purchase cigarettes from “non-shop” sources such as from friends or family, in pubs, online, on the street, at car boot sales, at work, from private houses and from abroad, reports The Sunday Express. The TMA estimates that the […]

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Peter Beckett joins Nerudia Compliance

Peter Beckett joins Nerudia Compliance

| August 10, 2015

Peter Beckett has joined the Nerudia Group to establish Nerudia Compliance, a new subsidiary that will offer a full product stewardship solution to companies seeking to become compliant with the regulations and legislation governing the vapor industry. “We’re delighted to welcome Peter to the Nerudia team,” says Nerudia co-founder David Newns. “When it came to […]

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Most people complying with Beijing smoking ban

Most people complying with Beijing smoking ban

| August 7, 2015

Since the June 1 start of a public-places tobacco smoking ban in Beijing, China, enforcement officials have conducted more than 20,000 inspections at 13,000 venues and ticketed 73 businesses and 179 individuals, according to a story by Chu Yiming for China Radio International, relayed by the TMA. Put another way, for each inspection they made, […]

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Universal reports start of end of oversupply

Universal reports start of end of oversupply

| August 7, 2015

There are signs that the global leaf market is moving towards a more balanced position following more than a year of oversupply. In announcing Universal Corporation’s financial results for its first quarter that ended on June 30, chairman, president, and CEO George C. Freeman III said that as the leaf industry entered the second year […]

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E-cigarettes reduce need for quit-smoking program

E-cigarettes reduce need for quit-smoking program

| August 7, 2015

A sharp decline in Scotland in the number of people using a National Health Service (NHS) support program to help them quit smoking has been linked to the rise in popularity of electronic cigarettes, according to a BBC Online story. The Smoking Matters service in Dumfries and Galloway, for instance, helped 102 people in deprived […]

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