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Sexual VIP e-cigarette advertising: smoking hot or not?

VIP e-cigarette, a UK brand, started a ‘smutty’ campaign in apparent response to The Advertising Standards Authority warning issued in September 2013. ASA was complaining about ads that were not clear they were for e-cigarettes, and didn’t mention that the ...

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Plain packaging of tobacco products: what is the real impact?

Exactly one year ago, on 1st of December 2012 Australian law demanded plain packaging of tobacco products. The regulation was accompanied with set of other restrictions. An increase in the tobacco excise of 25 per cent, legislation to restrict Internet advertising ...

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Infographics: Smoking in the UK

Infographics: Smoking in the UK

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Old tobacco advertising playbook for new e-cigarettes

E-cigarettes market is now being taken over by big tobacco. As this recently created niche remains unregulated, tobacco advertising can play its best of all time once again. After 43 years ban, Reynolds American is back in the American TV ...

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Tobacco advertising to be restricted in Armenia

On 21st of November 2013, the Armenian government approved the bills of additions and amendments to the Law on Advertising and the Code of Administrative Infractions. The purpose is to restrict the advertising and sale of tobacco products. Armenian Prime ...

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