The number of smokers in Beijing has fallen since the enforcement of a smoking ban in the city, but it is not clear whether the fall is due to the ban.
Jordan’s approach to regulating the smoking of argileh in public appears well-balanced. Restaurants and cafés may serve either argileh or food, but not both unless they set up separate areas.
Nepal took a while to come up with a tobacco-control strategy. Now it has to develop policies that align with that strategy.
Since when has it been reasonable for an ordinary EU citizen to have to resort to the courts to sort out the imprecise rules on carrying excisable goods between member states?
Organizations in Ghana have become the latest voices in Africa to call for a ban on shisha products and their use.
The battle over India’s 85 percent tobacco-products health-warnings, which has been fought on and off since 2014, is due to be resumed in March.
Tobacco harm reduction and consumer-product regulation are two of the issues that Jeff Stier will cover in his new role with the US’ Consumer Choice Center.
Cigarette smoking is generally regarded as the biggest health issue there is, but the New Zealand government says it hasn’t had time to consider e-cigarettes, a hugely-successful quitting tool.
Tobacco cessation is ‘critical to the health, fitness, wellbeing, and readiness’ of US Department of Defense personnel.
The US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is expected to reduce British American Tobacco’s effective tax rate percentage for the year to the end of December 2018.