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Imperial employees in the saddle for charity event

Imperial employees in the saddle for charity event

| June 24, 2015

A group of 27 Imperial Tobacco employees from five countries cycled from Paris France, to the company’s global headquarters in Bristol, the UK, to raise funds for a French charity that helps feed disadvantaged families. Employees from Seita, Imperial’s French business, joined those from the UK and the Benelux countries for the four-day ride. “It […]

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Aviation organization advises ban on e-cigs in checked luggage

Aviation organization advises ban on e-cigs in checked luggage

| June 23, 2015

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has amended its 2015-2016 Technical Instruction for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods By Air to prohibit passengers and crew from carrying e-cigarettes and other battery-operated electronic smoking devices in checked luggage, and from charging such devices in aircraft cabins. Although these standards are not legally binding, they are […]

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Nepal: Cigarettes in short supply as result of wholesaler hoarding

Nepal: Cigarettes in short supply as result of wholesaler hoarding

| June 23, 2015

Several popular brands of cigarettes are in short supply in Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley due to hoarding and black-marketing by some wholesalers, according to Republica. Some wholesalers have begun to hoard cigarettes following media reports that the government was planning to hike excise duty on cigarettes through the budget for fiscal year 2015-2016. In addition to […]

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Hawaii raises tobacco sale age to 21

Hawaii raises tobacco sale age to 21

| June 23, 2015

Hawaii became the first U.S. state to raise the tobacco sale age to 21 when Governor David Ige signed the landmark legislation on June 19. The law, which will take effect Jan. 1, 2016, is part of the state’s effort to reduce smoking rates among young people and to make the next generation of Hawaiians […]

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Call for Singapore to rethink ban on low-risk products

Call for Singapore to rethink ban on low-risk products

| June 23, 2015

Two British tobacco policy experts have called on Singapore’s Minister for Health to put on hold its recently-announced bans on electronic cigarettes and low-risk tobacco products. They have called for a policy rethink, starting with a thorough review of the evidence. In a detailed letter to the minister, Gan Kim Yong, the two veterans of […]

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Vapor market could hit US$50 billion by 2030

Vapor market could hit US$50 billion by 2030

| June 23, 2015

Euromonitor International said yesterday that the value of sales within the global e-vapor category had nearly doubled between 2013 and 2014, when they reached US$6.0 billion. E-vapor sales last year had eclipsed those of nicotine replacement therapy products which had totaled US$2.4 billion, it added. The number of vapers reached 13 million worldwide in 2014, […]

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