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Perspective: Lessons Learned from the First Review of Modified Risk Tobacco Product (MRTP) Applications

we denied Swedish Match ...the scientific evidence was not sufficient to demonstrate that consumers would understand the modified risk information proposed by the applicant in the context of total health, particularly when this information is provided in
FDA - Food and Drug Administration
added Dec 16, 2016 21:29
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BOEHM: Why Is The FDA Dragging its Feet on Admitting Snus is Safer Than Smoking?

It's now been a full year since the Food and Drug Administration signaled that it was nearing a decision on whether a Swedish-made tobacco product could be marketed in the United States as a less-harmful alternative to smoking. What's taking them so lon
Reason Magazine
added Oct 25, 2016 13:51
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[Europe] BRIEF-Scandinavian Tobacco to close down two factories

* Intends to reduce number of production sites in group from 14 to 12 * To close down factories in Nykøbing Falster, Denmark, and Wuustwezel, Belgium * Intends to achieve planned cost savings of 140 million Danish crowns ($21.07 million) annual in run
Reuters
added Sep 22, 2016 21:36
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[Europe, Malta] New witnesses say Dalli enquired about lifting snus ban...Dalli reacts / Denies wrongdoing and says he had meetings about snus with Swedish ministers and MEPs

Dalli enquired about lifting the ban on smokeless tobacco, snus, at around the same time as his former canvasser allegedly asked for a bribe to secure this outcome, according to fresh evidence presented to Malta’s Attorney General. The EU’s anti-fraud age
Times of Malta (mt)
added Sep 28, 2014 07:19
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Swedish snus to get Americans to quit smoking. [ Free Translation ]

This is the hope of snus producer, Swedish Match, that has now submitted a 100,000- page “MRTP” application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA. - America's scientific authority dares to ask the right questions about Swedish snus, instead of
NicotinePolicy.net
added Jun 13, 2014 16:03
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[Europe, Malta] LETTER: Tobacco industry is the real winner

Arnold Cassola called this a shameful day for the European Parliament, as a centre-right majority has done the bidding of the tobacco industry and voted for weaker rules, which are totally at odds with citizens’ interests and public health.
Times of Malta (mt)
added Oct 20, 2013 20:00
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[Sweden] European Union Starts New Graft Inquiry Into Tobacco Regulator

European Union investigators said on Thursday that they had started a new investigation into the former senior official responsible for tobacco regulation, the latest turn in a high-profile corruption case.
New York Times
added Oct 3, 2013 15:23
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[Europe] MEPs seek to question secretary-general of the Commission

The European Parliament's budgetary control committee is to invite the European Commission's most senior official to appear to discuss allegations that led to the resignation of John Dalli as Malta's European commissioner. Catherine Day, the Commission's
European Voice (be)
added Jun 19, 2013 23:20
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[Ireland] 'Black ops' strengthen resolve of Reilly and European Commission to push through tobacco reforms

He said the break-in made the European Commission aware “that there was a real danger that the tobacco industry had the upper hand on them and clearly the commission is not going to allow that.” The tobacco directive has a number of main provisions.
Irish Times (ie)
added Jun 4, 2013 02:17
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[Europe] Greens challenge Dalligate chronology

One of the key elements that led to the resignation of former Health Commissioner John Dalli could well be unfounded.... “Following an interview, on 20 March, with representatives of snus manufacturers, I have two new elements: on the one hand, there nev
Europolitics (Europe Information Service) (be)
added Mar 23, 2013 15:37
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