Preparing for 85 percent warnings

| November 28, 2016

Hong Kong’s tobacco trade has been advised about a government proposal to amend cigarette labelling rules, according to a 7thSpace Interactive story relayed by the TMA.

The government is looking to require that graphic health warnings take up at least 85 percent of the two largest surfaces of packs.

The trade briefing was provided by the Hong Kong Food and Health Bureau (FHB) and the Tobacco Control Office of the Department of Health.

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