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Brands to go in Germany after TPD brought in

Brands to go in Germany after TPD brought in

| July 3, 2015

The new EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) will result in cigarette brands with a market share of 1 percent or less being taken off the German market, according to a Die Welt story. Such brands would no longer be profitable, the newspaper said. Under the TPD, which has to be included within national laws by […]

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New high-capacity flavor applicator from Kaymich

New high-capacity flavor applicator from Kaymich

| July 3, 2015

C. B. Kaymich is launching two new pieces of equipment: its new High Capacity Gemini Flavour Application System and the CM7A7Ax Hot Melt Controller. Orders for the first two Gemini units have been taken and they will be installed during the next eight weeks. In reporting the launch of the new Gemini, Kaymich said that […]

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Health expert contests outdoor prison smoking ban

Health expert contests outdoor prison smoking ban

| July 2, 2015

Prisoners in jails in New South Wales, Australia, who currently smoke tobacco but who are facing a total smoking ban, have received support from what seems at first sight to be an unlikely source. Writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, Simon Chapman, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Sydney, said that while he believed […]

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Opposition to Namibia tobacco project hits a hurdle

Opposition to Namibia tobacco project hits a hurdle

| July 2, 2015

Namibia’s Health Minister, Bernard Haufiku, who has been fighting to stop a planned Chinese tobacco project in the Zambezi region, has acknowledged that his efforts are hampered by a ‘loophole’ in the Tobacco Act, according to a story in The Namibian. Haufiku said the act did not stop anyone from growing tobacco. This was a […]

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Is tobacco not being bought or not being sold?

Is tobacco not being bought or not being sold?

| July 2, 2015

During a meeting with representatives of tobacco traders and growers from Andhra Pradesh, India, on Tuesday, the Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman directed tobacco companies to buy flue-cured in line with the agreements they had reached earlier with the Tobacco Board. Tobacco sales have been slow in Andhra but tobacco traders say the […]

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CORESTA documents available for download

CORESTA documents available for download

| July 2, 2015

The CORESTA Secretariat said yesterday that the following documents had been published in June and could be downloaded from: www.coresta.org. TSB SG CTR “Results of the 2014 CORESTA Part-Filter Method Ring Trial and Comparison with the 2012 Ring Trial”  (2015-06-11) PTM SG CTR “2014 Collaborative Study for the Determination of Repeatability and Reproducibility of CRM 77”  (2015-06-16) […]

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