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CARUANA: Thailand: Debates on Why E-Cigs Should Be Legalized

ly last December, two young adults were arrested in Pathum Thani for selling vaping products via Facebook. This has prompted many locals to speak up and even start a petition urging local lawmakers to review the ban whilst referring to regulations around
Vaping Post (ch)
added Apr 6, 2018 15:45
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[Canada] Gap in smoking laws allows Manitoba hookah lounges to stay in business

Manitoba’s current legislation only bans the smoking and vaping of cannabis and tobacco in public places — it doesn’t ban smoking a hookah. Which means some businesses, like the Ramallah Cafe on Pembina Highway, are able to allow customers the chance to
Global News (ca)
added Apr 5, 2018 19:57
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Kenyans smoked 700 million fake cigarettes last year with billions going up in smoke

BAT’s Area Head of Security John Evans Monday told a forum on illicit trade in Nairobi that about 700 million fake cigarettes were sold locally last year and said corruption in government was to blame, even as the government announced a multi-sectoral ag
Business Insider
added Apr 5, 2018 19:46
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Vaping flavours: The UK has some odd tastes when it comes to vaping

This growth has prompted demand for new flavours for eliquids other than the more traditional tobacco, mint and berry, fruits, vanilla, liquorice, and coffee. Of around 1,000 people surveyed by ecigarette company VIP Electronic Cigarettes, 15.6% want to
Verdict (uk)
added Apr 5, 2018 16:06
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[UK-Scotland] SMOKE CLAIM Scots E-Cig firm boss says Vaping is no more dangerous than drinking COFFEE

Neil McCallum, CEO of JAC Vapour, claims electronic nicotine devices are 95 per cent safer than fags and no worse than a hit of caffeine... Speaking ahead of VApril – a month-long drive which launches today to encourage smokers to switch to vaping – he
Scottish Sun (uk)
added Apr 5, 2018 16:03
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[Australia] Coalition chairman votes against his own report on e-cigarette use

Labor has accused the Coalition of a dangerous split on how to effectively regulate vaping and e-cigarette use, after the chair of a Liberal-led committee dissented from its own report. In what is thought to be a first for Parliament's standing committe
Australian Financial Review (au)
added Apr 5, 2018 16:01
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UNDER THE DOME ‘It really hits North Carolina’: China goes after tobacco in latest tariff fight

North Carolina exported more than $156 million in leaf tobacco to China in 2017, making the nation the largest consumer of the state’s tobacco in the world. That number is already down from more than $184 million in 2015 and $166 million in 2016, accordi
Raleigh (NC) News & Observer
added Apr 5, 2018 04:40
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Malawi tobacco production drops by 12 percent

Malawi’s tobacco output declined by 12 percent in the 2017/18 farming season, dropping to 149 million kilogrammes this year from 171 million during the 2016/17 season.Tobacco Control Commission chief executive officer Kayisi Sadala said on Wednesday that
Journalducameroun.com (cm)
added Apr 4, 2018 20:41
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Austrian Anti-Smoking Campaign Challenges Populists on Home Turf

Anti-tobacco activists turned the tables on a populist party in Austria’s ruling coalition by submitting more than half a million signatures against a reinstated law that allows smoking in bars and restaurants. The referendum bid puts the Freedom Party
Bloomberg News
added Apr 4, 2018 20:32
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[USA] China Shows No One Wants a Trade War, Really

Tobacco and sorghum farms, too, tend to be in traditionally conservative areas of the South -- Texas, Virginia and North Carolina -- where Democrats have been making increasing inroads.
Bloomberg News
added Apr 4, 2018 20:09
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