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PTG grew from the dreams of its founder Tribert Rujugiro Ayabatwa, from a small trading shop into a company that manufactures and trades across Sub-Saharan Africa and the United Arab Emirates
The Gulf Cooperation Council’s customs union needs to harmonise any increases in duty on tobacco if it wants to combat the threat of illicit trade, a senior figure in one of the world’s biggest tobacco companies has said. Speaking at The Economist’s Glo
Nahed Al Sibai posted some new pictures from the latest photo shoot she did on her Instagram account. The pictures however where met with a backslash crticizing the actress for wearing a revealing dress and holding a cigarette in her hand, which many co
The danger of this trend lies in the fact that e-cigarettes are more socially acceptable than their traditional counterparts. The Dubai Police have recorded 17 instances of youngsters mixing drugs in electronic cigarettes and smoking them, a top officer
Yet in the UAE there’s one form of help that’s off the table, despite its reputation as the most effective of all: e-cigarettes. By giving a nicotine hit without the lethal chemicals created by real smoking, these battery-operated devices are now front
Price of single cigars from Cuba and Costa Rica could rise to as much as Dh700 when new 100 per cent tobacco tax is applied
Ashdod’s drug and tax investigators, together with Israel Police, on Sunday night discovered a raft carrying 150,000 imported cigars. Two suspects, both with outstanding criminal records, were arrested and taken for investigation by the Tax Authority.
Smoking in Iran is at record levels, social observers and national health groups say. Every day more and more people are taking up the habit, some as young as 13 years old, according to the Iranian Anti-Tobacco Association. A local anti-smoking group e
In Israel, Hollywood star says disgraced ex-PM Olmert was ‘a friend of mine’; compares current PM, US president: ‘It’s all deals to them’