Headlines Tagged with Labels/Lights — 11,246 headlines found
The international lines have been drawn in the battle over Australia’s decision to force tobacco companies to present their products in plain packaging
Oct 1, 2012 Managing Intellectual Property Magazine (uk)
added Oct 3, 2012 07:07
Authorites crack the whip on firms playing truant; new rule will also regulate smoke-free areas, sale of tobacco and advertising
Sep 12, 2012 Gulf News (ae)
added Sep 16, 2012 22:12
Many countries are now facing the pressure of following Australia’s route and Zambia is no exception. Zambia Consumer Association (ZACA) executive director, Muyunda Ililonga has encouraged the Zambian Government to follow suit.
Aug 21, 2012 Times of Zambia (zm)
added Aug 22, 2012 14:14
believes Health Secretary Andrew Lansley's anti-smoking stance and a flawed consultation process suggests the government will push ahead with so-called plain packaging.
Jul 6, 2012 Reuters
added Jul 8, 2012 14:16
According to the 2009 Government of India notification, all tobacco products should carry pictorial messages1 and a revised statutory warning ‘Smoking kills and tobacco causes cancer’, on at least 40%2 of the principal display areas.
Jun 27, 2012 Tobacco Control
added Jun 27, 2012 14:50
May 21, 2012 Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI) (ru)
added May 21, 2012 05:58
'We still cannot understand how this government can justify legalizing marijuana while imposing such extreme measures on tobacco products'
Jun 25, 2018 Canadian Press
added Jun 26, 2018 21:12
The Department of Health has released a photo of what the plain packaging will look like on cigarette boxes. Under new laws, all cigarettes and tobacco products will have to be sold in plain or standardised packaging from September. However, some shops
Feb 22, 2018 Irish Examiner (ie)
added Mar 2, 2018 23:35
The Ministry of National Health Services and Regulations on Friday issued the order of increasing the size of pictorial warning on cigarette packs up-to fifty per cent, said an official on Friday. Currently, 40 per cent of the cigarette pack is covered w
Dec 30, 2017 The Nation (pk)
added Jan 2, 2018 04:14
[Canada] The Knight delay: inordinate and tactical -- but excusable too. Imperial Tobacco's request for dismissal is turned down.
Justice Nathan Smith today issued his decision to reject Imperial Tobacco's request that the Knight class action be dismissed because of the long delay in moving the trial forward....a class action filed against Imperial Tobacco 14 years ago, asking the c
Aug 23, 2017 Eye on the Trials (ASPQ) (ca)
added Aug 24, 2017 16:43