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UNITED STATES

Study: fungal and bacterial toxins found in popular e-cigs

25 Apr 2019. A recent study found that popular e-cigarette products sold in the US were contaminated with bacterial and fungal contaminants, Science Daily reported.
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UNITED KINGDOM

Imperial Brands to roll out Pulze in Japan

24 Apr 2019. The British cigarette maker will begin selling Pulze, its heat-not-burn (HNB) product, from 6 May in Fukuoka, Japan, according to a company statement, Bloomberg reported.
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SWITZERLAND

PMI to start life insurance firm with discounts for ex-smokers

24 Apr 2019. Philip Morris International (PMI), the tobacco company that sells Marlboro cigarettes, is launching an insurance company offering smokers a discount if they quit or switch to e-cigarettes, CNBC reported.
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NIGERIA

Campaign reveals alarming numbers of child smoking

23 Apr 2019. Activists of the Tobacco Free Nigeria campaign say that 25,000 underage Nigerians, aged 10 to 14, use tobacco products daily, The Nigerian Voice Daily reported.
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MALAYSIA

BAT aims to expand cigarette production

23 Apr 2019. Three years after shutting down its factory in Petaling Jaya, British American Tobacco (BAT) considers expanding its cigarette manufacturing in Malaysia again, The Edge Financial Daily reported.
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UNITED STATES

22nd Century hires former Imperial Brands head

17 Apr 2019. The plant biotechnology company 22nd Century Group has hired John D. Pritchard as Vice President of Regulatory Science, who formerly worked as the Head of Regulatory Science for Imperial Brands, UK, according to a company press release.
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CHINA

Online tobacco adverts are on the rise

17 Apr 2019. The Beijing Center for Diseases Prevention and Control has reported that more than 51,800 tobacco advertisements or promotions, which are banned, were found online in the first half of 2018, China Daily reported.
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UNITED STATES

Senators press networks to include smoking depiction warnings

16 Apr 2019. Three democratic senators have jointly reached out to several major media companies, including broadcast, cable, satellite, to endorse smoking depiction warnings on TV and movie ratings, Multichannel News reported.
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TANZANIA

Tobacco production is drastically falling

14 Apr 2019. Tobacco production has been on the decline in the country since the 2013/2014 growing season, according to an official, Xinhuanet reported.
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UNITED STATES

FDA cracks down on chain stores

13 Apr 2019. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sent letters to Walmart, Kroger Co and 10 other chain stores for illegally selling tobacco products to minors, Reuters reported.
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