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After years of discussions within the governing coalition and campaigning by health bodies, Germany is to further restrict tobacco advertising after the Bundesrat approved the new rules without further debate
The Pretoria High Court has dismissed the application by the Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association (FITA) to reverse the government ban on the sale of tobacco, including vapour products, following the outbreak of COVID-19
The Swiss canton of Valais is to include snus and other non-combustible products in its tobacco test-purchasing programme for the first time in a widened bid to halt the sale of tobacco products to minors
Organisers of two major conferences and exhibitions on nicotine delivery are hoping the events can still go ahead despite the global coronavirus outbreak and a number of other event cancellations and postponements
A new amendment put before the New Zealand Parliament aims to tighten current regulations on heated tobacco and other smokeless tobacco products – but the country’s attorney general has distanced himself from the proposals
The US FDA has taken a step closer to regulating nicotine levels in combustible cigarettes, but excluded vapour products from its proposals, even predicting a low-nicotine regime might encourage smokers toward electronic alternatives
Scott Gottlieb, commissioner of the US FDA, appeared on Friday to go further than any federal official – or most politicians – previously had in supporting alternative nicotine products for harm reduction