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[Mid-east, Uae] The long read: smoking kills so why is Big Tobacco’s toxic business thriving in the Middle East?

Thirty-five years ago this month, worried executives at British Ame­rican Tobacco flew the company’s commercial partners in the Arab world to London for an urgent conference to discuss “Smoking and Health in the Middle East”.
The National Newspaper (ae)
added Jul 31, 2015 13:11
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[Canada] Blais-Létourneau: Exhibits

Over 42,000 exhibits from the Blais-Létourneau trial are now available for viewing and downloading at the database maintained by the plaintiffs' lawyers. Not sure where to start? Below are lists of exhibits. Reader beware - these are unofficial collec
Eye on the Trials (ASPQ) (ca)
added Feb 4, 2015 20:34
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Tobacco Companies Are Not Public Health Stakeholders, Experts Conclude

(FDA) and regulatory bodies in other countries, should be aware that they are dealing with companies with a long history of intentionally misleading the public. They therefore should actively protect their public-health policies on smoking from the commer
ScienceDaily
added Aug 28, 2013 16:42
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[Canada] Wildrose alleges 'coverup' by Alberta Justice in tobacco-litigation FOIP inquiry

Access-to-information expert Vincent Gogolek says he has never seen behaviour in a freedom of information inquiry like that of Alberta Justice.
CBC News (ca)
added Oct 29, 2016 14:24
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[Asia, Cambodia] Big Tobacco Shaped Smoking Laws, Policies

In 2008, British American Tobacco (BAT) was awarded its third straight “Gold Medal” from Prime Minister Hun Sen... Since the mid-1990s, BAT aggressively sought to establish close connections with those at the highest levels of government in order to shape
Cambodia Daily (kh)
added Apr 21, 2016 11:17
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[Australia, Canada] Cigarette packaging clearly targets specific demographics: research

Global Tobacco Control Project...have put together a display that focuses on the use of cigarette packaging to market tobacco products. It is available to view on the 1000 level of Blusson Hall at SFU until September. Plain packaging was adopted by Aust
Vancouver (BC) Sun (ca)
added May 20, 2015 06:12
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SCHULTZ: Camel Crush: A Not-So-New Innovation by Our Friends at Big Tobacco

So it appears to have gone with Camel Crush. In May 2012, Business Insider reported that Camel had enjoyed a 21% increase in market share among 12-17 year-old children—“a gain attributable to the Camel Crush cigarette which switches from plain to mentho
Ring Of Fire Network
added Mar 2, 2013 23:19
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KELLY: Coca-Cola, Big Tobacco, and Why the Personal Responsibility of the Consumer Should Not Be Allowed to Excuse Corporate Malfeasance

Sent by Brown & Williamson employee Merrell Williams, the picture the documents painted of the tobacco industry was devastating . . . Assisted by lobbyists, paid for politicians, and talk radio, tobacco companies drew a new picture where greedy trial lawy
The League of Ordinary Gentlemen (blog)
added Jan 19, 2013 22:20
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[Canada] Day 27 - Imperial Tobacco tries to stem the flood of documents

Eye on the Trials (ASPQ) (ca)
added May 11, 2012 01:53
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Packaging colour research by tobacco companies: the pack as a product characteristic

Companies use pack colours to manipulate consumers' perceptions of the taste, strength and health impacts of the cigarettes inside the packs, thereby altering their characteristics and effectively creating new products. In countries that do not require st
Tobacco Control
added Jun 4, 2016 12:33
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