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Influence of cigarette packet branding and colours on young male smokers’ recognition, appeal and harm perceptions of tobacco brands in Cambodia: a mixed-methods study 

21 September 2022 By Thomas Stubbs, Victoria White, Hua-Hie Yong, Chhea Chhordaphea, John W Toumbourou, BMJ Journals Abstract Objectives To explore how cigarette packet branding and colours influence young male smokers’ perceptions of tobacco brands in Cambodia. Design Mixed-methods study. Setting Worksites, living accommodations, a university and public locations in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Participants 147 male Cambodian smokers (18–24 years). Interventions Participants were shown mock-up […]

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Illicit tobacco sale and government revenue erosion a tall tale

The Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (Seatca) has contradicted the report of a tobacco industry research, funded by a giant cigarette firm, on the so-called illicit trade in the Philippines and 13 other Asian countries. The giant tobacco firm that funded the second research on illicit trade of tobacco products in Asia, called Asia-14 Illicit

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