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Efforts to ban cigarette ads continue-15/09/09

The National Commission for Child Protection (Komnas PA) said Saturday it would stop its campaign for an end to cigarette promotion. “The commission will continue its campaign to ban cigarette advertising. We are trying to push the health bill into law before the current House of Representatives members finish their term,” said Cahya Shima Dewi, …

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Take measures to arrest the illicit sale of tobacco-Dr. Mary Assunta-24/09/09

I REFER to “BAT cooperating fully with Govt” (The Star, Sept 17) and wish to comment on several statements that do not provide an accurate picture of the reality and is contrary to the international tobacco treaty (FCTC) that Malaysia has ratified. Contrary to British American Tobacco’s (BAT) claim, law enforcement is indeed the responsibility …

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BAT cooperating fully with Govt-Letters, the Star online

WE refer to “Increase tax on cigarettes” (The Star, Sept 12). BAT Malaysia feels compelled to correct some statements outlined in the article on illicit trade in cigarettes in Malaysia. The writer asks: “Does that mean that many of the contraband cigarettes are his (BAT’s) own company brands?” We would like to state that accord­ing …

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Philip Morris to build Subic warehouse-25/08/09

Philip Morris Philippines Manufacturing Inc. (PMPMI) has signed a 50-year lease agreement with the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), increasing the company’s investment here and paving the way for the construction of a P1-billion tobacco leaf regional warehouse. In the lease agreement signed by SBMA administrator Armand Arreza and PMPMI managing director Christopher Nelson on Tuesday …

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One out of 3 cigarettes sold in M’sia is smuggled or fake – asiaone-09/09/09

One out of every three cigarette packs sold in peninsular Malaysia is either contraband or counterfeit. In Sabah and Sarawak, the number rises to two out of three packs being illegal. This is based on a quarterly survey and study conducted by the Customs Department and the Confederation of Malaysian Tobacco Manufacturers (CMTM). Customs deputy …

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