BAT Philippines

British American Tobacco howls over sin tax provisions

British American Tobacco keeps on to promoting measures to raise sin taxes in the Philippines, but it also increased some issues on the Senate variant of the bill, which does not offer a level playing...
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Lucky Strike Filters

BAT reprimanded for plain packaging breach

British American Tobacco has been required to change its cigarettes after the ABC discovered a first breach of the Federal Government’s plain packaging laws. Lucky Strike Filters cigarettes The tobacco...
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Smoking Women

Smokers in Australia may face new bans

The Australian government is confronting new pressure to implement smoking ban in outdoor dining places with the Greens established to create a private members bill in Parliament this week. Greens MP Colleen...
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Hot Smoking

UC researchers calculate the cost of smoking

With the price of cigarettes caused by increase again on New Year’s Day, University of Canterbury scientists are examining ratings of smokers regarding the price of their smoking today and their smoking...
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Tobacco Plant

Tobacco production to raise 18 percent

Zimbabwe’s tobacco outcome is calculated to go up by 18% in 2013 to 170 million kilogrammes, Finance Minister Tendai Biti has reported. “In relation to tobacco, result is estimated to rise from...
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Al Amir Hookah

Canada unveiling tobacco reduction plan

Anti-smoking advocates believed the Alberta Tories make efforts to reduce youth smoking as the provincial government launched its new cigarette reduction plan on November 19. Al Amir Hookah Tobacco packs The...
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Davidoff Classic

Imperial Tobacco launch challenge to cigarette display ban

Imperial Tobacco last week declared about the launch of a challenge through the Supreme Court in opposition to the introduction of a cigarette display ban in Scotland. The Scottish government is convinced...
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Anti-tobacco group examines ‘smoker’s licence’

A suggested smoker’s licence could find people obligated to have a test and pay a charge before they are permitted to buy cigarettes. The licence, suggested by Sydney University professor of public health...
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Flavored Tobacco

Laurel Hill urges stores to stop selling flavored tobacco

The City Council has unanimously approved a legislation that obliges local stores to stop marketing flavored tobacco following a presentation by two students. Flavored Tobacco Display Students Working...
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Cool Smoking

One in 9 Ohio teens smoke

Ohio has the fifth-highest rate of teenagers smoking, regardless of making great falls in the amount of 12- to 17-year-olds who select to smoke, reported by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services...
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