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Tobacco Smoking Regulation

 Moldavian Parliament adopted in the final reading of the bill on the control of tobacco products, developed by the Ministry of Economy. Now, in the republic will be prohibited sale of tobacco products from 22.00 to 08.00. The law also provides...
by Laws in Moldova on Sep 10, 2015

Dartmouth Crossing Costco to Stop Selling Tobacco Products

Costco’s Dartmouth Crossing location has announced it is quitting tobacco products.The store posted a notice to customers saying it will stop selling tobacco products after August 31.The news is getting a mixed reaction from Costco customers, some...
by Tobacco News on Jun 26, 2015

CVS Finally Has A Reason To Change Its Name To CVS Health

Consumer Value Stores (CVS) have stopped the sale of all tobacco products. They will sacrifice 2 billion dollars in yearly sales by kicking nicotine out their doors. Corporate is trying to differentiate itself from other competitors like Walgreens an...
by Renovating Your Mind on Sep 3, 2014

Smoking Is Over If You Want It

Happy World No Tobacco Day It’s one of the annual days of note concocted by the World Health Organization (WHO). The motive is undeniably noble, and the goofy negative title makes it a favorite of mine: Saturday, May 31, is the annual World No Toba...
by Addiction Inbox on May 26, 2014

Maldives to implement special license to import tobacco

A special license to import cigarettes and tobacco products implemented in the Maldives A modification has been implemented to the regulation and involved in the government gazette which would find the demand of a special license to import cigarettes...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Mar 29, 2013

Why do people in the north of England smoke more?

The north of England has always had comparatively high smoking rates, although high rates do not actually mean that people in the north are using cigarettes “more”. To realize the true overview, it is necessary to ask what conditions are...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Mar 4, 2013

Russians Doubt Smoking Ban in Public Places

Most Russians do not maintain the government’s step to enforce a total ban on smoking in public places and consider the focus should be on supporting people who smoke give up, a pollster said on January 17. The State Duma, Russia’s lower hous...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Jan 21, 2013

FLAVOR Cigarettes Exhibition

Flavor is the element of a set up line designed to show people a certain idea by means of the typography and present how it could connect and represent outside of the normal screen and print based forms. Flavor was produced using more than 4,000 ciga...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Jan 18, 2013

Large turnout in Sofia for protest against full smoking ban in restaurants and bars

Yesterday there was a large turnout for a protest outside Parliament in the Bulgarian capital city Sofia against the legislation that became operational in June against a full smoking ban in enclosed public areas such as restaurants and bars. The pro...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Nov 23, 2012

Should you need a licence to smoke?

Could smokers apply and pay for a licence to purchase cigarettes? The application process might even contain a test to discover if people recognized the dangers of smoking, and swipe card licence would restrict tobacco purchases – perhaps to 50...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Nov 16, 2012

Plain packaging threatens Dominican Republic’s hard-fought premium position

The Dominican Republic has required the establishment of a panel under the dispute arrangement procedures of the World Trade Organization to examine a challenge to Australia’s plain packaging actions for tobacco products, as outlined by a Marketwir...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Nov 15, 2012

Pro-baseball – a major influence in use of smokeless tobacco

Vincent DeMarco, president of the Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative, said the tax increase of smokeless tobacco and cigars solves part of the problem of reducing the number of smokers. Teens tend more towards smoke tobacco products when they see...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Nov 1, 2012

A look at some of the top smoking nations

On October 16, Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced a new change on tobacco. Medvedev called to ban tobacco advertisements, to stop smoking in public and to increase the price of a pack. Smoking rates in Russia are amongst the high...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Oct 22, 2012

Cigarette makers spending less on ads

Cigarette makers are spending less on advertising cigarettes. The basic part of the money is going toward price discounts given to retail dealers and wholesalers, the Federal Trade Commission reported on September 21. According to the latest data, th...
by Zoom on cigarettes on Sep 25, 2012

Tobacco Tax Hikes Curb Teen Smoking

WASHINGTON, March 9 (LID) – A key to keeping American youths from starting to smoke cigarettes is increasing excise taxes on tobacco products, the U.S.Read more »...
by Law & Industry Daily on Mar 9, 2012


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