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The tobacco industry is constantly changing its marketing tactics to attract new customers and keep tobacco users loyal to particular brands.This document illustrates these tactics including traditional paid radio or magazine advertisements to sophisticated new uses of the internet, mobile phones, and other media.
This paper outlines specific considerations in designing a cigarette excise regime. It reviews the excise regimes in the Bloomberg Initiative countries and makes recommendations of how these regimes could be reformed taking into account international best practices and the starting point for the reform.
This report provides an in-depth look into China’s expanding tobacco industry by examining China’s tobacco companies and brands, products, and marketing tactics.
This report summarizes international cigarette package health warning requirements by country/jurisdiction, including both Parties and Non-Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC).
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Karnataka High Court rules to end government sponsorship and ban government officials from attending a major tobacco conference.
Advocates enlist the support of a public prosecutors association in curbing the impact of subsidies from British American Tobacco's subsidiary Souza Cruz.
In China, local tobacco companies under the umbrella of state-owned tobacco heavily promote their deadly products through sponsorships.
Local and international advocacy groups urged artists to call for an end to the tobacco sponsorship. Advocates in Mexico also called on the Mexican government to enforce the newly passed national law.