The problem with trying to predict how climate change will impact businesses is that climate change is not a wholly predictable business.
The World Bank has come up with an answer of sorts to criticism that Davos attendees were shy about taxing the rich: at least ensure that impoverished smokers pay up big time.
It would be interesting to know if the authorities in Thailand considered whether it was ethical to encourage people to use their cameras to intrude on the privacy of strangers.
Although Turkey’s smoking incidence has risen as the country has brought in waves of anti-tobacco initiatives; the authorities are reacting by offering, not reflection, but more of the same.
Saudi Arabia is this year taking part in the World Health Organization’s Global Adult Tobacco Survey.
Candace C. Formacek, the vice president and treasurer of Universal Corporation is scheduled to host a results webcast on February 7.