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Severe Ban Needed to Cut Cigarettes Smoking

| February 25, 2011

buy cigarettes onlineComprehensive tobacco control laws that include a complete ban on Kiss smoking in enclosed public places are badly needed in China where tobacco use and second-hand smoke kill roughly 1.2 million people a year, a group of health and legal experts said Friday.

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Does High Cigarettes Tax Policy Enable Cigarette Smugglers

| February 25, 2011

buy cigarettes marlboro onlineCarreras Limited said its sales volumes slipped in the third quarter as smokers continue to retreat from its licit higher-priced Marlboro cigarettes while embracing black market offerings. Company revenue fell seven per cent to J$3.47 billion in the quarter ending December 2010, while net profit dropped 16 per cent, from J$849 million or J$1.75 per share to J$714 million or J$1.47 per share, reflecting both declining sales and a 38 per cent erasure of investment income as yields fell on paper securities.

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Auburn University and No Smoking Campus

| February 25, 2011

buy cigarettes onlineSmokers on campus may soon get burned. The Campus Health and Wellness Committee, made up of faculty, staff and students, is investigating the possibility of making Auburn a smoke-free campus. The initiative stems from a letter a group of students wrote to President Jay Gogue in spring 2010 asking him to consider eliminating smoking Pall Mall and other smoking brands on campus.

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PMA President Oscar Tinio Addicted to Smoking

| February 24, 2011

buy cigarettes onlineAnti-tobacco advocates and doctors criticized Malacanang’s justification of President Benigno Aquino III’s addiction to smoking. In a press release, the Philippine Medical Association took exemption to Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda’s statement that Aquino needs to smoke Chesterfield in order to de-stress.

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Smokeless Tobacco Products Will Be Tested Soon

| February 24, 2011

buy camel cigarettes onlineThe fiery debate over dissolvable tobacco products will be stoked further in March when R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Philip Morris USA launch new test markets. Reynolds said Wednesday that it has chosen Charlotte and Denver as markets for its second phase of testing Camel Sticks, Camel Strips and Camel Orbs with adult tobacco consumers.

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