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The Council for Harm Reduced Alternatives and the Association of Vapers India warned the central and state governments that a ban on e-cigarettes would deprive millions of smokers of safer choices and cause damage to public health. more

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An Israeli government official says the decision was taken in early August without any notice to the public. more

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The New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union claims the New Zealand government is choosing to pursue tax revenues instead of helping smokers quit. more

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New research by Gallup has found that US smoking rates have reached a record low at 16%, and that e-cigarettes seem to have played a major role in this. more

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The Indonesian government estimates it may collect up to US $207 million in additional revenue next year from a new excise on tobacco extract, or vaping liquid. more

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Previously, the minimum allowed price per pack was $10.50. more

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A.J. Fernandez’s Diesel brand has launched its new Whisky Row cigar collection, developed in partnership with Rabbit Hole Bourbon. more

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The campaign is meant to inform the public about smokeless tobacco and warn teenagers about the dangers of underage vaping. more

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Imperial Tobacco has launched its Gold Leaf Ice Pack menthol roll-your-own cigarettes to its portfolio. more

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The new line is made at the Raíces Cubanas factory in Honduras and uses a Honduran wrapper from the Trojes region. more

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Canada’s federal government has passed the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act, which will allow e-cigarette companies to advertise publically. more

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Imperial Tobacco officially unveiled its Vype vaping product to the Canadian market in late May 2018, saying the company is moving to help transition smokers away from combustible cigarettes to potentially less harmful products. more

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Japan Tobacco International has slashed the prices on its heated tobacco products after a similar move by rival Philip Morris, signaling increased competition in Japan’s market for alternative cigarettes. more

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After slower sales of its IQOS product, Philip Morris International is trying on a new strategy to appeal to more conservative smokers in Japan who aren’t willingly exchanging their cigarettes for high-tech gadgets. more

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Manufacturers of heat-not-burn products fire back, following government study on the safety of HNB products. more

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Exports of tobacco products in 2017 accounted for 42% of Romania’s total exports of food, beverages, and tobacco, and about 6% of total exports of consumer goods. more

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Philip Morris International is reportedly planning to launch iQOS in India, according to Reuters. more

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The newly minted Tobacco Authority of Thailand plans to introduce its Chinese cigarettes to the market this October, targeting the increasing number of Chinese visitors to the country. more

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Japan Tobacco saw a 7.3% increase in international cigarette sales volume in the first quarter of 2018, having shipped 98 billion units. more

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Papastratos, a Philip Morris International subsidiary, no longer manufactures cigarettes but instead makes tobacco sticks. more

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