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[Germany, USA] Fontem Ventures B.V. and NJOY, Inc. Announce Settlement Agreement In Relation to E-Vapour Technology Patents

resolves ongoing litigation in the USA and Germany. The settlement ends one of eight patent infringement cases originally brought by Fontem Ventures and Fontem Holdings 1 in March 2014 in the United States District Court for the Central District of Calif
PR Newswire
added Nov 16, 2015 15:51

Tobacco Atlas Germany 2015: New data, new facts

the German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ) now presents its second Tobacco Atlas, which again summarizes current data and facts about tobacco use, health hazards that are associated with it as well as consequences for socie
added Nov 14, 2015 13:40
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Tobacco Atlas Germany 2015: New data, new facts (PDF)

In Germany, 121,000 people die from the consequences of smoking each year. This means that smoking is implicated in 13.5 percent of all deaths. The death rate from smoking is higher in the north of Germany than in the south of the country. These regional
German Cancer Research Center
added Nov 14, 2015 13:39
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[Germany] Why Germans loved Helmut Schmidt

he continued to puff away, whether sitting in a theater or under the lights of a talk show. German department stores sell small metal plates reading: “Helmut Schmidt would smoke here, too.” In a rules-based society like ours, the affection for Mr. Schmidt
New York Times
added Nov 12, 2015 14:40

[Europe, Germany] BLAU: The day I met Helmut Schmidt, my chain-smoking father figure

the old man, then 93 and in a wheelchair, sent me to the other side of the room to get myself a pack of cigarettes. Not one cigarette, but a whole pack – it was little surprise to learn that he was estimated to have smoked one every seven minutes througho
The Guardian (uk)
added Nov 11, 2015 21:21

[Germany] Helmut Schmidt’s last cigarette: Europe has lost a voice of reason

While the rest of Western Europe has clamped down vigorously on the ‘evil weed’, Germans have been less totalitarian. Any weekend visitor to Berlin can confirm that 'no smoking' signs are generally more ornamental than practical.
RT TV / TV Novosti (ru)
added Nov 11, 2015 16:55

[Germany] Former German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, who smoked 60 a day since he was a teenager, dies in hospital aged 96

Helmut Schmidt was the only person in Germany allowed to smoke on live television such was his standing in the eyes of his countrymen
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 11, 2015 00:21

[Germany] Helmut Schmidt, a man of will and cigarettes

Die Zeit, where he took the role of joint publisher. He kept day-to-day control and continued working in the paper’s offices until well into his 90s — always wreathed in a cloud of cigarette smoke. He was, perhaps, Germany’s most famous and defiant smoker
added Nov 10, 2015 21:41

[Europe, Germany] Helmut Schmidt, Assertive West German Chancellor, Dies at 96

(Meanwhile, a cigarette smoker almost to the end of his life, he was the only public figure in Germany allowed to disregard smoking bans.)
New York Times
added Nov 10, 2015 15:09

[Europe, Germany] 'E-cigarettes must be treated like tobacco cigarettes'

E-cigarettes will no longer be sold to children and adolescents, according to a new draft law in Germany. And rightly so, says Martina Pötschke-Langer of the German Cancer Research Center.
DW World (Deutsche Welle) (de)
added Nov 9, 2015 16:25
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