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Much ado over cigarette pack labels and health risk warnings

Garnick, Altria's executive vice president and general counsel explained that this lawsuit was focusing on the industry’s behavior in the 1950’s and since then the whole industry has undergone a sea change. He added that they are now under the regulations
News-Medical.net
added Oct 5, 2017 12:39
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[Asia-pacific, Malaysia] LETTER: Women’s groups against kiddie pack

THE National Council of Women’s Organisations, Malaysia (NCWO) lauds the Malaysian Government for instituting numerous achievements in tobacco control and in ratifying the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in 2005.
The Star (my)
added Oct 4, 2017 00:47
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Tobacco ads are back, sort of

These will display court-mandated text , with copy including: “Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA intentionally designed cigarettes to make them more addictive” and “More people die every year from smoking than from murder,
World Advertising Research Center (WARC) (uk)
added Oct 4, 2017 00:29
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IRELAND’S PLAIN PACKAGING RULES FOR TOBACCO NOW IN EFFECT

New plain packaging laws for tobacco products have gone into effect in Ireland, though it will be a while before the bland new look for cigar boxes completely overtake store shelves. According to a guidance document issued by the country’s department of
HalfWheel
added Oct 4, 2017 11:02
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BATEMAN: PUFF, PUFF, RECHARGE. E-CIGARETTES ARE BOOMING, AND CHINA IS GROUND ZERO

I walk into the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center and I’m blasted by wafts of vapor. So are 36,000 other people. A woman waves emissions away from her face as one does secondhand smoke. Disc-jockeys play tunes. Models in jean shorts, cropped shir
Digital Trends
added Oct 3, 2017 23:48
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USA v PHILIP MORRIS, et. al. #6223-6: (Proposed) ORDER # ___ -Remand SECOND SUPERSEDING CONSENT ORDER IMPLEMENTING THE CORRECTIVE STATEMENTS REMEDY FOR NEWSPAPERS AND TELEVISION

A. Adverse Health Effects of Smoking A Federal Court has ordered Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA1 to make this statement about the health effects of smoking. • Smoking kills, on average, 1,200 Americans. Every day. • Mor
Tobacco On Trial
added Oct 3, 2017 16:57
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[Asia-pacific, Malaysia] No kiddie pack. Every life counts — National Council of Women’s Organisations

NCWO lauds the Malaysian Government for instituting numerous achievements in tobacco control and in ratifying the [FCTC]...In 2010 the Government also took a strong stand in banning the sale of small cigarette packs also known as “kiddie packs”. This is
Malay Mail (my)
added Oct 3, 2017 16:50
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Packaging, Marketing Makeover for Natural American Spirit Cigarettes / Brand keeps ‘natural’ in name, updates other wording

will no longer describe the product as “additive-free” or “natural.” Instead, new language will be used to make adult smokers aware that the brand’s premium, whole-leaf tobacco blends still contain just two ingredients: tobacco and water, said the Santa F
Convenience Store/Petroleum (CSPNet)
added Oct 5, 2017 18:38
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[Australia, Uruguay] Novel Investment Support Program May Help With Asymmetry

program launched last month at the United Nations that will provide pro bono on-demand legal and professional assistance to the world's poorest countries...... against Australia and Uruguay over tobacco packaging regulations, both of which were recently d
Law360
added Oct 3, 2017 16:50
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Altria, other tobacco companies will run 'corrective statements,' starting in November

The court-ordered “corrective statements” are set to run on television and in newspapers as part of an agreement reached in an 18-year-old federal lawsuit that accused cigarette-makers of deceiving the public. The statements include “Smoking is highly ad
Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch
added Oct 3, 2017 02:40
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