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It is great news that the plain packaging tobacco law will be introduced to the House next year, albeit more than three years after the Maori Affairs Committee's report on how to make Aotearoa New Zealand effectively smokefree by 2025', said Auckland
Tobacco companies are avoiding millions of dollars worth of tax increases each year by triggering huge excise payments just before the end of December, then keeping the annual increase on New Year sales. A timing loophole creates an entirely legal
Philip Morris International has filed suit under an investment treaty. Published: December 13, 2013 Tobacco companies are pushing back against a worldwide rise in antismoking laws, using a little-noticed legal strategy to delay or block regulation.
Corporate Criminologist at University of Bath Director, Tobacco Control Research Group at University of Bath Almost all companies contribute money to charity and many would argue that corporate donations make a positive difference in the world. But
Comic Relief money invested in arms and tobacco shares BBC Panorama Millions of pounds donated to Comic Relief have been invested in shares in tobacco, alcohol and arms firms, BBC Panorama has learned. It includes £630,000 in shares in arms firm BAE
Even as conferees meeting at the Royal Society in London were hearing about how e-cigarettes could save millions of lives annually, European Community regulators in Brussels are drafting rules that would virtually ban their existence. PM )
November 15, 2013 (Issue # 1786) A ban on tobacco advertising goes into effect Friday, prohibiting cigarette commercials on television, the Internet and in newspapers and barring tobacco companies from sponsoring public events.
Johannes Spatz of anti-smoking campaign group Forum Rauchfrei told The Local why this will not be easy. Berlin Christian Democrat (CDU) politician Cornelia Seibeld told regional newspaper the BZ this week that Germany should follow New York's lead
With the rise of e-cigarettes, tobacco companies have a potentially profitable alternative to traditional cigarettes. LO ) is currently leading this market and investing in the growing sector. The new Blu E-cigarettes are battery operated
Share this article Charly Pairaud, deputy director of Vincent dans les Vapes e-liquids maker, demonstrates the use of an electronic cigarette in his factory in Pessac near Bordeaux Reuters American television and radio was once rife with tobacco