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[Hungary] Government may require blank cigarette packaging

The Hungarian government is drafting a bill that would require tobacco manufacturers to sell their products in plain packages, without logos or other brand identifiers, according to an announcement that the government published on its website, MTI report
Budapest Business Journal (hu)
added Jun 29, 2015 13:53
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[North Carolina] SMITH: The real cost of cigarettes? About $19 a pack

We see a lot of bumper stickers in Asheville. Most are fun and quirky and make me smile. There is one, however, that has always frustrated me: "At least I can still smoke in my car!" I'm bothered even more so when I see a small child in a car seat who ha
Asheville (NC) Citizen-Times
added Jun 29, 2015 13:41
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[New Zealand] CROSBIE: Save lives and don't buckle to tobacco industry on plain packaging

My research suggests tobacco industry trade threats and challenges are having a chilling effect and attempt to pre-empt Government regulatory authority. However, early analysis also suggests the Government, and more importantly the media, continues to fr
Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Jun 29, 2015 09:33
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[Asia-pacific, Singapore] Proposed display ban: Cigarette sellers expect confusion / Buyers can't point at what they want

But most business owners said it is unlikely to affect sales much. Under the proposed amendments to the Tobacco (Control of Advertisements and Sale) Act, retailers have to keep tobacco products out of patrons' sight, in opaque storage units. Private ps
Straits Times (sg)
added Jun 27, 2015 09:13
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[Hungary] Plain packaging planned for tobacco products

The government is planning to introduce uniform packaging for tobacco products, the PM’a Cabinet Chief said at the weeklygovernment press briefing. János Lázár said the measure is aimed at ensuring that “every tobacco product has the same appearance, lea
All Hungary Media Group (AHMG) (hu)
added Jun 26, 2015 21:27
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[North Carolina] Packaging requirements for e-cigarette liquid in NC approved

legislators have agreed to put more regulations on the rapidly growing electronic cigarette industry, particularly child-resistant packaging on containers of nicotine-laced liquid from which its vapors are inhaled.
AP - Associated Press
added Jun 26, 2015 21:20
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[Africa, South Africa] LETTER: SALOOJEE: Louw obscures tobacco’s ugly truth

Mr Louw opposes the sensible regulation of tobacco products and instead seeks "freedom" for drug peddlers to create child addicts and to maim and kill customers. More than 6-million deaths a year from tobacco use are not enough for Mr Louw — he wants mo
Business Day (za)
added Jun 26, 2015 09:35
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[North Carolina] Bill regulating packaging of e-cig liquids heads to McCrory’s desk

A bill is headed to Gov. Pat McCrory that mandates child-resistant packaging and warning labels on liquids used with electronic cigarettes and vaporizers. The House voted 106-0 today to approve Senate Bill 286. The Senate passed the bipartisan bill April
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jun 25, 2015 20:45
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[Australia, USA] TPP moves closer as Obama secures fast-track

12 nations involved in the deal will convene within a matter of weeks in an effort to conclude negotiations....on the agenda will be the controversial investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) clause and potential carve-outs. Australia is understood to fav
GTR (Global Trade Review) (uk)
added Jun 25, 2015 09:52
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[UK, USA] GORNALL: Why e-cigarettes are dividing the public health community

The tobacco industry used to be seen as the enemy of public health, but the move into e-cigarettes and harm reduction has seen some experts shift their views. Are they right or does industry have more cynical motives? Jonathan Gornall reports
British Medical Journal
added Jun 25, 2015 09:28
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