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[Australia] EU's uphill battle to create a multilateral investment court ($$)

companies such as Philip Morris - with its challenge to Australia's plain packaging laws for tobacco - have done an even better job of bolstering the sceptics' case by using obscure investment treaties to challenge national regulations.
Financial Times (uk)
added Sep 18, 2017 13:50
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7 Least Harmful Cigarette Brands in India

While there’s really no such thing as a “healthy” cigarette, if you are going to smoke, you may as well try to be a little bit nicer to your body. You can also look at our list of 5 Healthiest, Least Harmful Cigarettes with The Least Chemicals to see wha
Insider Monkey
added Sep 18, 2017 13:48
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[Asia, China, Singapore] Smoking emojis not the focus of tobacco control

By deleting the emojis, the companies said they hope to help curb an implied link between smoking and being cool. ...Frankly, requiring social media companies to delete such emojis is not one of the most pressing tasks to curb tobacco use. In Singapore,
China Daily (cn)
added Sep 18, 2017 13:45
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[UK] Southampton City Council launches Illegal Tobacco scheme to curb crime rates

CIVIC chiefs from across the county are launching a new scheme to highlight the dangers and consequences of illegal tobacco. Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Southampton City Councils are launching the initiative in the form of a video, social media campaig
Southern Daily Echo (uk)
added Sep 18, 2017 13:27
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[UK] Stub it out! Shouldham Youth Football Club joins campaign to show red card to smoking on the sidelines

Shouldham Youth Football Club is the latest to join the #SmokefreeSidelines initiative, which encourages spectators to refrain from smoking pitchside and near playing areas, where children and young people can see it.
Thetford and BrandonTimes (uk)
added Sep 18, 2017 13:26
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[Asia, India] IMA asks WHO to clarify on tobacco report of IB

Indian Medical Association (IMA) is disturbed by recent media coverage of a purported 'intelligence bureau' report stating that restrictions on tobacco use in India would encourage consumption of more injurious toxicants like alcohol and narcotic drugs.".
Times of India
added Sep 18, 2017 05:04
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[Asia-pacific, Malaysia] LETTER: Everyone must try to stop sale of small packets

We, the Malaysian Women’s Action for Tobacco Control & Health (MyWATCH), on behalf of women, children and families, wish to tell the tobacco companies to stop bullying the Government and the Malaysian people. Kiddie packs are banned – keep it that way.
The Star (my)
added Sep 18, 2017 04:53
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[New Zealand] Waikato dairy owner to stop selling cigarettes to prevent robberies video

The owner of the Te Kowhai Food Centre is making a bold move, but he reckons the only way to put off the robbers is to stop selling cigarettes. Tao Liu plans on more permanent signs to advertise that cigarettes are no longer stocked at his store.
Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Sep 18, 2017 15:09
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Philip Morris CEO calls Canada’s response to vaping, e-cigarettes ‘puzzling’

“It assumes that all tobacco products are the same, actually they are not,” Calantzopoulos argued. “I think it’s very wrong to believe that and also tell consumers that smoke that all tobacco products are the same. They are not, and I think that there i
GlobalTV (ca)
added Sep 18, 2017 13:53
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Youth Movement Supports Gov’t Plan to Raise Cigarettes Tax

(FCTC) Youth Movement supports govenrment plan to raise cigarettes tax in 2018. Spokesperson of the FCTC Youth Movement Margianta SJD said that in terms of state revenue, this plan could have a good impact as the prices of cigarettes increase.
Netral English--People’s Reflection (id)
added Sep 18, 2017 05:06
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