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Reynolds Deal Could Help British American Tobacco Make Up Lost Ground

Consumers from the U.S. to Japan have been seeking alternatives to traditional cigarettes, forcing companies to spend billions of dollars over the years to create products with fewer risks. But BAT has slipped behind bigger rival Philip Morris Internati
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Oct 24, 2016 13:40

[UK] Anti-smoking experts to sue Times for claims of tobacco payouts

published an apology to one of the scientists cited, Clive Bates...claim they have been falsely accused of accepting “tens of thousands of pounds from tobacco companies to carry out research into e-cigarettes”.... five scientists, including professor Karl
The Guardian (uk)
added Oct 24, 2016 12:16

[California] Vaping on the verge: Prop. 56 would tax it like tobacco

“We have been under attack,” says Tony Doan, who owns two liquid nicotine manufacturing centers in the San Jose area. “They are making it impossible to stay in business and provide this alternative product. Passively, what they are doing is banning us.”
San Francisco Chronicle
added Oct 24, 2016 11:55

[UK] Vaper-ised! Why boom in e-cigarettes is key to a £38bn merger as tobacco sales go up in smoke

the logic of the deal lies as much in the new market for ‘vaping’ and other non-traditional nicotine products, as it does in the traditional pack of 20 cigarettes...‘They know their core business is declining and what they are looking to do is to find way
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Oct 23, 2016 14:06

[UK, USA] Vaper-ised! Why boom in e-cigarettes is key to a £38bn merger as tobacco sales go up in smoke

‘At the moment it’s a pretty fragmented market, but it’s a growing one. So the two companies will be able to bring together their research and development, and sales capability, across the globe as a consequence of the merger.’ In the e-cigarette market
This is Money (uk)
added Oct 23, 2016 13:30

[UK] INTERVIEW One day I hope we won’t sell cigarettes, says Marlboro boss ($$)

Has the Marlboro man really gone on a health drive? Before anti-smoking campaigners rejoice, Calantzopoulos makes clear that he has merely switched one addiction for another. But, believe it or not, he is on a mission to get millions more smokers to stu
Times Of London (uk)
added Oct 23, 2016 00:46

[Canada] If Big Tobacco sells e-cigarettes, they'll 'recruit a whole new generation' of smokers: Public Health Ontario

"It's desperately difficult for people to give up smoking once they're addicted to nicotine," Dr. Peter Donnelly said. "And my concern is that e-cigarettes and vaping of nicotine-containing mixtures could be a very effective way of recruiting a whole new
CBC News (ca)
added Oct 22, 2016 19:43

[Asia, India] JOHNS: WHO Must Allow Wider Debate on Dealing With Worldwide Smoking Problem

A report called Throw Open the Doors, launched by the Australian Institute for Progress, and penned by me, raises a host of serious issues...For the sake of smokers worldwide, the next director-general must embrace a progressive agenda and throw open its
Caixin Online (cn)
added Oct 22, 2016 19:31
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[Asia-pacific, Hong Kong] Market expert: Regulating e-cigarette “a one-way direction”

Dr Stephen Jenkins, director in regulatory and medical affairs of Nicoventures in the Asia-Pacific region, is in Hong Kong reaching out to lawmakers to garner support for e-cigarette regulation instead of a total ban. Earlier in June, legislator Kwok Wai
Harbour Times (hk)
added Oct 22, 2016 18:09

Most adults surveyed don't know e-cigarette use deposits nicotine on indoor surfaces

fewer than half said they knew that exhaled e-cigarette vapors contain nicotine that deposits on indoor surfaces. The abstract, "Household rules about e-cigarette use and beliefs about harms to children," will be presented at the American Academy of Pedi
added Oct 22, 2016 18:05
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