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E-cigarettes to Carry Same Warnings as Tobacco

Belgium's Public Health Minister Maggie De Block is scheduled to introduce legislation that would legalize the sale of electronic cigarettes to people aged 16 and above, according to an Expatica.com story relayed by the TMA. However, given that the bill is signed into law by HM King Philippe, electronic cigarettes will have to comply with all of the advertising restrictions and all of the health-warning requirements that apply to tobacco cigarettes. The health warnings will be required even though the Health Council has stated that electronic cigarettes can form part of the government's drive to discourage tobacco, since, while electronic cigarettes might deliver nicotine, they deliver no tar. The governing Flemish Christian democrats had wanted taxes to be levied on electronic cigarettes, but this didn't make the final draft being brought in by Belgium's Flemish liberal public health minister. In future, electronic cigarettes will be available from newsagents but not from chemists. Online sales are banned. 


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  • E-cigarettes to Carry Same Warnings as Tobacco
    E-cigarettes to Carry Same Warnings as Tobacco

    Belgium's Public Health Minister Maggie De Block is scheduled to introduce legislation that would legalize the sale of electronic cigarettes to people aged 16 and above, according to an Expatica.com story relayed by the TMA. However, given that the bill is signed into law by HM King Philippe, electronic cigarettes will have to comply with all of the advertising restrictions and all of the health-warning requirements that apply to tobacco cigarettes. The health warnings will be required even though the Health Council has stated that electronic cigarettes can form part of the government's drive to discourage tobacco, since, while electronic cigarettes might deliver nicotine, they deliver no tar. The governing Flemish Christian democrats had wanted taxes to be levied on electronic cigarettes, but this didn't make the final draft being brought in by Belgium's Flemish liberal public health minister. In future, electronic cigarettes will be available from newsagents but not from chemists. Online sales are banned. 

  • 34% Minors in NE Use Tobacco Products: Statistics
    34% Minors in NE Use Tobacco Products: Statistics

    With the northeast battling rising tobacco usage by children (statistics say 34% minors in the northeast use such products), the newly-amended Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, of the Union ministry of women and child development has been welcomed by doctors and anti-tobacco activists alike. According to the amended act, offenders who sell tobacco products to children will be heavily punished and face a longer jail term. According to Section 77 of the modified act, which came into force on January 15 this year, a person commits an offence against a child if he or she gives, causes to be given, to the minor any intoxicating liquor or narcotic drug or tobacco product or psychotropic substance except on the order of a duly-qualified medical practitioner. The offence is punishable with imprisonment extending up to seven years and fine up to Rs 1 lakh. "Almost 34% children in the northeastern states consume tobacco, which is very alarming. More than 5,500 children and adolescents consume tobacco daily in our country. The steps taken by the government will prove to be a milestone in child welfare from the point of view of public health. This act will save our future generation," said AC Kataki, director of Dr B Borooah Cancer Institute.

  • After Unusual Weather, Cuba Struggles to Save Prized Tobacco Crop
    After Unusual Weather, Cuba Struggles to Save Prized Tobacco Crop

    Highly unusual weather has damaged Cuba's tobacco crop, raising concerns among farmers and cigar-lovers that the island's supply of its famous cigars might suffer at a time of increased demand resulting from detente with the United States. The weather phenomena El Niño led to Cuba's worst drought in a century in 2015, followed by heavy rain during the northern winter, which is normally a dry period in Cuba. While all Cuban crops have suffered, delicate tobacco plants are especially vulnerable. Rains have wiped out production at some plantations and severely damaged others. In response, tobacco farmers are replanting now, out of season, in hopes of salvaging the 2015-2016 harvest. In western Pinar del Rio province, where most of Cuba's tobacco is grown, farmers are slogging through rain and mud to replant destroyed crops. The best Cuban tobacco is cultivated from late October into early January and then harvested into March. "This has been a disaster, not just for us, but everyone," Juan Hernandez said as he steered his oxen-pulled plow through rain and a field of mud where tobacco plants once stood. "We are trying to see if we can still have a harvest." Down the road, 60-year-old farmer Andres Chirino picked damaged leaves from plants and scowled. "I have been growing tobacco since I was born and this is the worst harvest in my experience," he said. "Look at those stains and rot on the leaves. The quality is bad so we will earn much less." The impact on cigar supply has yet to be determined, as tobacco normally requires at least two or three years of curing, fermenting and ageing. Farmers and cigar experts say there have been several weak harvests in recent years, inconveniently occurring just as tourism in Cuba is booming. The cigar monopoly Habanos S.A., a joint venture between the Cuban state and Imperial Tobacco Group PLC, has adequate stock to manage a dip in supply, said Carlos Ferran, an executive who was surveying western farms. Other Habanos officials referred questions to holding company Tabacuba, which did not respond to a Reuters request for comment. David Savona, editor of Cigar Aficionado magazine, said Habanos reported three substandard harvests in a row before this year, but so far cigar quality has been maintained. "Cuban cigars have been doing superbly in our ratings for the past several years," Savona said. "They've admittedly had some weak harvests at a time when people are thinking more and more about Cuban cigars. That can hurt you down the road." MORE SOGGY WEATHER AHEAD In the short-term, meteorologists forecast more soggy weather in February and March. "The normal is a little rain every once in a while, but it has been raining day after day with tremendous intensity," said Ivan Rodriguez, spokesman for the famed Alejandro Robaina Tobacco Plantation. An outlier, the Robaina plantation has been largely unaffected by the weather due to its elevated ground and resistant seeds. Pedro Jesus Alonso, western regional director of the Agriculture Ministry's export company CATEC, insisted others could also save the harvest. "Everything depends on a little improvement in the weather," he said. "If it does not rain too much the harvest can get back on track." 

  • Indonesia: Jakarta to be Cleared from Cigarette Ads
    Indonesia: Jakarta to be Cleared from Cigarette Ads

    Jakarta Governor Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama has signed Gubernatorial Regulation No. 244/2015 banning indoor and outdoor cigarette billboards and ads. Jakarta Tax Agency secretary Made Suarjaya said that the city had implemented stricter rules for cigarette ads. "The old regulation only restricted outdoor cigarette ads. Now, indoor ads are also banned," Made said as quoted byKoran Tempo published on Thursday, January 28, 2016. In addition, liquor billboards and ads are now only allowed at bars or other places permitted to sell alcoholic beverages. For other products, the city will enforce a regulation to shift from billboards to videotrons. "This is to support city lighting. Foreign countries have shifted from conventional billboards to digital ones," Made added. Article 9 of Gubernatorial Regulation No. 244/2015 on billboards requires videotrons to be installed in strategic or strictly controlled areas, which are to be expanded. Included in the strategic areas under Gubernatorial Regulation No. 23/2006 are Jalan Rasuna Said, Jalan Jendral Gatot Subroto, Jalan Sudirman, and Jalan MH Thamrin. However, the new regulation expands the strategic areas to Jalan Doktor Satrio, Jalan MT Haryono, Jalan S. Parman, Jalan Gajah Mada and Jalan Hayam Wuruk. The bill also prohibits billboards to be installed on top of police outposts.

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