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[Africa, UK] GILMORE: Big tobacco targets the young in poor countries – with deadly consequences

FCTC has led to significant progress in other areas of tobacco control but that comprehensive bans on marketing are one of the treaty’s least adopted measures. A concerted effort is needed to implement and enforce marketing restrictions before millions mo
The Guardian (uk)
added Dec 1, 2015 17:28

IPE Study: Three years of plain packaging for tobacco products in Australia - Have the expectations been met?

The study was commissioned by Philip Morris International...Several reasonable variations to our methodology are discussed. All of these would only result in findings even more indicative of an absence of any plain packaging effect.
IPE Institute for Policy Evaluation [IPE Institut für Politikevaluation] (de)
added Dec 1, 2015 02:03

Refuting tobacco-industry funded research: empirical data shows a decline in smoking prevalence following the introduction of plain packaging in Australia (PDF) [FREE FULL TEXT]

all these measures were effective. In particular, the reduction in smoking prevalence that followed the introduction of plain packaging appears to have been even greater than expected.
Tobacco Prevention & Cessation (European Network of Smoking and Tobacco Prevention) (be)
added Dec 1, 2015 01:58

[Australia] Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011

An Act to discourage the use of tobacco products, and for related purposes
ComLaw (au)
added Nov 30, 2015 09:09

Australian Government Struggles to Hide Failure of Tobacco Branding Ban

“Anti-tobacco lobbyists have misrepresented the data to hide the fact that the ban on brands has failed”, says Michiel Reerink, JTI’s Regulatory Strategy Vice President. “Australia – the only country where the measure has been introduced – cannot be held
JT International (JTI) (Japan Tobacco) (jp)
added Nov 30, 2015 09:06

[Asia, Uae] Tobacco lobby holds China's health quotient to ransom

So what is the real problem holding China back...the tobacco industry presents the biggest opposition force to a smoking ban. The CNTC has 33 provincial affiliates and each affiliate owns its own county-level sub-affiliates. The county-level tobacco manuf
Gulf News (ae)
added Nov 29, 2015 16:22

Refuting tobacco-industry funded research: empirical data shows decline in smoking prevalence following introduction of plain packaging in Australia [FREE FULL TEXT]

A significant decline in smoking prevalence in Australia followed introduction of plain packaging after adjustment for the impact of other tobacco control measures. This conclusion is in marked contrast to that from the industry-funded analysis.
Tobacco Prevention & Cessation (European Network of Smoking and Tobacco Prevention) (be)
added Nov 28, 2015 21:33

[North Carolina] E-cig packaging restrictions become law Tuesday

A state law goes into effect Tuesday that mandates child-resistant packaging and warning labels on liquids used with electronic cigarettes and vaporizers. 1 image
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Nov 28, 2015 20:27

[Canada] VIDEO: Cigarettes électroniques, terrasses: ce que la nouvelle loi contre le tabagisme va changer (VIDÉO) [Electronic cigarettes, terraces: that the new law against smoking will change]

With the adoption of the bill aimed at strengthening the fight against smoking in the National Assembly, the electronic cigarette will immediately be subject to the same rules as tobacco and it will soon be forbidden to smoke on the terraces in Quebec.
Huffington Post (blog)
added Nov 27, 2015 15:11

France bans logos to make smoking less sexy

Delaunay slammed "pressure" from the pro-smoking lobby as a tool "which works better as elections draw near." But Touraine said the statistics spoke for themselves with "78,000 tobacco-related deaths a year - more than 200 per day." She concluded: "Wher
The Local France (fr)
added Nov 27, 2015 15:04
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