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[Asia] Smoking cost Israeli economy NIS 13b in 2016

A report by the Minister of Health about smoking in 2016 was published today, shedding light on the extent of smoking in Israel among various population groups. The report also addresses the economic aspects of smoking. According to the report, 22.7% of
Globes/Israel's Business Arena
added Jun 2, 2017 03:30

[Australia] 2016 ndshs key findings: Tobacco smoking

little or no improvement was made among people aged 30 or older between 2013 and 2016... Tobacco contributes to more drug-related hospitalisations and deaths than alcohol and illicit drug use combined. However the proportion of people who perceive
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
added Jun 1, 2017 02:03

[Europe, UK] Cigarettes must be sold in standardised green packaging from this weekend

All packs must contain a minimum of 20 cigarettes to make sure the packs are big enough for health warnings to cover 65% of the front and back, with the brand name restricted to a standard size, font and colour. The EU Tobacco Products Directive has all
Press Association (uk)
added May 19, 2017 21:27

Three-Month Extension of Certain Tobacco Product Compliance Deadlines Related to the Final Deeming Rule: Guidance for Industry (PDF)

FDA is providing a three-month extension of all future compliance deadlines for requirements under the final deeming rule. The extension applies to compliance deadlines set for May 10, 2017 or later and applies to all categories of newly regulated produc
FDA - Food and Drug Administration
added May 11, 2017 05:23

[Australia] Bad news for smokers as costs rise yet again

The change was due to the cost of RYO tobacco being regarded as cheaper for smokers but with the new changes the tax on tobacco will be similar regardless of the way the tobacco comes. The average cost of a 50g pack of RYO loose-leaf tobacco is about $62
West Australian (au)
added May 9, 2017 20:12

[Australia] People who smoke 'rollies' because they think it's cheaper are about to be taxed the same amount as packet cigarettes

Roll your own (RYO) cigarettes has been targeted in Scott Morrison’s 2017 budget to equalise taxation on tobacco. The government will adjust the taxation of “rollies” and other products such as cigars, so that manufactured cigarettes and RYO tobacco cig
Business Insider
added May 9, 2017 17:35

[UK] Types of cigarettes and tobacco will be illegal by the end of this month

As part of this result you will not be able to buy smaller packs of cigarettes and roll up tobacco, menthols will start to be gradually phased out and packaging will change. Some flavoured cigarettes and tobaccos will also be made illegal and the cost
Surrey Mirror (uk)
added May 2, 2017 20:05

[China] Chinese immigrant men smokers’ sources of cigarettes in Canada: A qualitative study [FREE FULL TEXT]

The cigarettes obtained through online transactions were imported by smoking or non-smoking Chinese immigrants and visitors, suggesting the Chinese community were involved or complicit in sustaining this form of purchasing behavior. Other less common sour
BioMed Central (uk)
added Apr 22, 2017 23:27

[California] SF, Oakland Could Ban Flavored Tobacco Products Including Menthol Cigarettes

San Francisco and Oakland lawmakers are suggesting their cities ban the sale of flavored tobacco products, from mentholated cigarettes to flavored blunt wraps, cigars, and cigarillos. In San Francisco, the legislation would be another blow to the tobacco
added Apr 19, 2017 22:00

[UK] Here's all the new smoking and vaping laws coming into force in 2017

Giants including Imperial and British American Tobacco fought a mammoth court case to try and stop plain packaging. They complained the Government would have a "disproportionate control" over their lucrative trade marks without "compensating" them. The
Scunthorpe Telegraph (uk)
added Apr 18, 2017 13:21
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