Imagine for a moment that the plague devastated the developed world, but has not yet established its control over developing countries. If the world’s leaders in the field of public health come together for two days at Harvard to outline the campaign to prevent the spread of the plague, unless you do not want to cover this meeting? Read more

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International Conference on Management of Tobacco in the 21st century

Imagine for a moment that the plague devastated the developed world, but has not yet established its control over developing countries. If the world’s leaders in the field of public health come together for two days at Harvard to outline the campaign to prevent the spread of the plague, unless you do not want to cover this meeting? Read more

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Big tobacco, anti-cancer activists oppose premium hikes for smokers

February 20th, 2013 Posted in Big tobacco industry, Tobacco news Tags: ,

For all of the administrative-territorial division of the country’s health care law, one provision has managed to put the two longtime rivals on the same side.
Big tobacco companies and anti activists stood in opposition to some of the Affordable Care Act, which allows insurance companies to charge smokers, 50 percent more than in patients who did not use tobacco. Read more

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City cigarette tax from retail

February 12th, 2013 Posted in Cigars Tags:

In the city of Fredericksburg may take steps to better enforce the collection of taxes on cigarettes at retail.
Fredericksburg charges a 31-percent tax on each pack of cigarettes bought in the city.
That amounts to about $ 550,000 a year, which goes to the general fund of the city.
However, the city could lose some of the money he owes, so he can join North cigarettes. Virginia Tax Department. Read more

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Big Tobacco’s Final Frontier

February 6th, 2013 Posted in Big tobacco industry Tags:

For most people, Philip Morris International, Inc (NYSE: PM) is a synonym for “big tobacco” – a favorite villain of the market each.
Over the last decade, developed countries have declared all-out war against the tobacco industry. By 2012, things look grim for tobacco manufacturers, and Europe – which account for 33% of all smokers in the world – has become so entangled in its debt crisis, that people even reduce cigarette purchases. Read more

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