Tag: Norway

EU in denial over snus

EU in denial over snus

| February 6, 2018

It has long been known that snus use has almost ousted tobacco smoking in Sweden, along with the diseases caused by smoking. Now, the same seems to be happening in Norway.

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Norwegians turn to snus

Norwegians turn to snus

| January 19, 2018

Tobacco smoking is going out of favor in Norway, where the incidence of smoking is now below that of snus use.

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Packaging challenge fails

Packaging challenge fails

| November 7, 2017

Court challenges by tobacco manufacturers to the imposition of regulations requiring that tobacco products are sold in packs of standardized design generally have not been successful.

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Neutral-packaging challenge

Neutral-packaging challenge

| September 27, 2017

In attempting to dismiss Swedish Match’s neutral-packaging challenge as just another try-on by a tobacco company, the authorities in Norway are conflating snus and cigarettes – two very different products.

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Fewer smokers, more snuffers in Norway

Fewer smokers, more snuffers in Norway

| April 15, 2013

Norway’s smoking tobacco tax revenue last year, at NOK7.3 billion, was down by NOK170 million on that of 2011 and down by NOK750 million on that of 2009, according to an Esmerk Norwegian News story. The decline was attributed to the fall that has occurred in the number of daily smokers, which, according to the […]

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