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UPDATE 1-Imperial Brands' vaping efforts overshadow earnings miss

announced a step-up in its vaping strategy on Tuesday, including tests of tobacco-heating products, as the British tobacco firm tries to keep pace with larger rivals. News of its expanded efforts sent shares up 2.5 percent by 0910 GMT, as investors shrug
Reuters
added Nov 7, 2017 22:22
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[UK] LAST GASP England could be smoke-free by 2040, new study reveals

the Frontier Economics research funded by tobacco giant Philip Morris Ltd says if an extra 210,000 quit each year the target could be reached as early as 2029. PML managing director Peter Nixon said: “We want a smoke-free country as soon as possible - 20
The Sun (uk)
added Nov 6, 2017 15:43
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[New York] State snuffing out e-cigarettes in public spaces

New York State will prohibit electronic nicotine delivery devices everywhere ordinary cigarettes are banned, beginning Nov. 22, thanks to a new law. New York’s Clean Indoor Air Act first forbade smoking ordinary cigarettes in bars, restaurants and many p
Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record
added Nov 5, 2017 19:18
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The penalties imposed for violating vaping laws across Australia

Australia is renowned for having some of the most stringent vaping regulations around the world. This article lists the different penalties faced by violators across the country’s states and territories.
Vaping Post (ch)
added Nov 7, 2017 04:59
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Altria picks up pace on FDA applications for innovative tobacco products

Altria confirmed it would — as expected — piggyback on Philip Morris International’s March premarket application with the FDA to sell its IQOS Marlboro HeatSticks in the U.S. The FDA accepted the IQOS application for scientific review of the heat-not-bu
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Nov 5, 2017 21:27
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FOJTIK: Vapers Should Embrace Smokeless Tobacco and Heat-Not-Burn

So, what’s the best product to help an adult smoker leave combustible cigarettes behind? And more recently, across the globe, we’ve seen the introduction of heat-not-burn products like IQOS (from Philip Morris International) and glo (from British Americ
Vaping360 (TBEC Review)
added Nov 7, 2017 05:06
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Altria, Anticipating FDA Rule, Is Developing Reduced-Nicotine Cigarettes

said it has developed ways of producing reduced-nicotine cigarettes and aspires to become the U.S. market leader in noncombustible tobacco products such as e-cigarettes, attempts to get ahead of potential federal requirements for tobacco companies to chan
Dow Jones Newswires
added Nov 5, 2017 21:25
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Philip Morris International Outlines Its Scientific Assessment Program and Results for Its Electronically Heated Tobacco Product (IQOs) in Latest Scientific Update for Smoke-Free Products

This issue of the Scientific Update focuses on PMI’s scientific assessment program as it applies to its Electronically Heated Tobacco Product (EHTP), referred to in the literature as the tobacco heating system (THS). PMI established its multi-step assess
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Nov 3, 2017 01:58
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SMOKE-FREE PRODUCTS - THE SCIENTIFIC UPDATE - ISSUE 03 by PMI Science

PMI submitted this evidence to the FDA in the form of a modified risk tobacco product (MRTP) application. Prof. Manuel Peitsch, PMI’s Chief Scientific Officer, explains: “We developed a truly world class R&D program to scientifically assess the potentia
PMI Science (philip Morris International)
added Nov 3, 2017 01:58
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SCIENTIFIC UPDATE FOR SMOKE-FREE PRODUCTS NOVEMBER 2017 (PDF)

This Scientific Update is issued for the purpose of publishing and disseminating scientific information and not for advertising or marketing purposes regarding tobacco or nicotine-containing products. The content of this Scientific Update is not and shoul
PMI Science (philip Morris International)
added Nov 3, 2017 01:58
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