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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Activists Empower Yogyakarta Residents to Show Their True Colors and Reject Tobacco Industry Exploitation

Vital Strategies today congratulated health advocates, artists and the people of Kali Code village, Yogyakarta, on the unveiling of “Show Your True Colors,”...This initiative subverts the actions Philip Morris International, which gained national and inte
ACN Newswire (Asia Corporate News Network)
added Feb 9, 2017 01:28
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Man, student nabbed in Depok for possessing gorilla tobacco

The Depok Police in West Java have arrested a man and a male high school student for allegedly possessing gorilla tobacco, a new type of drug that has recently increased in popularity. Depok Police narcotics division chief Comr. Putu Kholis said the two
Jakarta Post (id)
added Feb 4, 2017 17:55
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Harmful effects of gorilla tobacco

the tobacco's substances are absorbed by the lungs followed by other parts of the body, including the brain, after being smoked. Its users will feel like they are being crushed in a gorilla’s embrace when using the tobacco, hence the name. The synthetic c
Jakarta Post (id)
added Feb 4, 2017 17:55
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Finance Ministry Plans to Increase Tobacco Tax Yet Again

Finance Ministry is planning to push cigarette consumption down by increasing tobacco tax. Since January 1, the government has been imposing average tobacco tax of 10.54 percent. The government has also raised retail prices of tobacco products through the
Tempo (id)
added Jan 27, 2017 17:00
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[Asia-pacific] Tobacco Advertising on Television Banned in Indonesia?

Commission I of Indonesia's House of Representatives (DPR) plans to revise Law No. 32/2002 on Broadcasting by adding a full ban on the advertisement of tobacco-related products on television and radio. Indonesia's tobacco industry, a massive industry in S
Indonesia Investments (nl)
added Jan 25, 2017 00:43
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Health Ministry Refuse to Join Deliberations on Tobacco Bill

The Health Ministry said it refuses to continue deliberations on tobacco draft bill. “We consistently reject it,” the Health Ministry’s Director for Non-communicable Disease Prevention and Control Lily Sriwahyuni Sulistyowati said on Monday, January 23, 2
Tempo (id)
added Jan 24, 2017 22:39
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] SUNDAWA: Rise in tobacco excise won’t curb smoking ($$)

However, with about a 5 percent increase in annual inflation, and an annual increase in wages, the 10 percent hike in tobacco excise is not high enough. The cigarette price in Indonesia ranges between Rp 13,000 (about...
Jakarta Post (id)
added Jan 13, 2017 22:16
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[Asia-pacific] Hand-Rolled Clove Cigarette Industry of Indonesia in Trouble

Production of hand-rolled clove cigarettes (kretek) fell 30 percent...Considering more and more indoor spaces prohibit the consumption of tobacco-related products in Indonesia, people tend to purchase machine-rolled kretek because it takes less time to fi
Indonesia Investments (nl)
added Jan 10, 2017 17:38
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Cigarette value-added tax raised to 9.1 percent

The government has pushed up the value-added tax (PPN) on cigarettes to 9.1 percent this year ...The Association of Indonesian Light Cigarette Producers (Gaprindo) has protested the new measure as the rise breaches the government’s agreement with industry
Jakarta Post (id)
added Jan 9, 2017 20:49
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[Asia-pacific, Indonesia] Gov`t Mulls to Increase Cigarette VAT to 9.1 Percent

Finance Ministry's head of fiscal policy agency Suahasil Nazara said that the government is planning to set a new value added tax (VAT) for cigarette companies and distributors. According to Suahasil, the law stipulates that the value added tax is set at
Tempo (id)
added Jan 6, 2017 00:53
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