Monthly Archives: December 2012

Vintage Christmas cigarette advertisement

Cigarette manufacturers started a campaign to manipulate throat physicians into helping settle down the public’s increasing worries that smoking may be dangerous for their health in the 1920s. The approach of using physicians to market tobacco related products continued for more than 40 years, regardless of frustrating scientific data referring to the dangers of smoking. Through his researches on the … Continue reading Continue reading

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Bulgaria to reject move to ease total smoking ban

An effort to backtrack on Bulgaria’s total smoking ban in enclosed areas in public places has been unsuccessful in Parliament’s economy committee, several days after a comparable effort was defeated in the health committee. Being before the economy committee, Health Minister Desislava Atanasova, who has been determined in combating any change of the ban that became operational in June 2012, … Continue reading

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Do you know the best 5 cigarettes brands?

Smoking is a habit spread around the world, and plenty of cigarette brands are being manufactured every day. According to the latest survey, the best cigarette brands are the following: 1. Marlboro brand Marlboro brand is very popular throughout the world. These cigarettes have been introduced to the market in 1920s. In the beginning Marlboro brand was identified as cigarettes … Continue reading

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The Worst Film for Smoking in 2012

The facts are quite obvious – cigarette smoking in films has an effect on smoking in real life, with research indicating that children especially can be more probably to start smoking after looking at smoking celebrities. But even though smoking is likely less socially acceptable in the United States than ever before, beautiful men and women make smoking look attractive … Continue reading

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The major historical dates of Philip Morris International

The history of a worldwide company can be dated back to Philip Morris’s 1847 launching of a single shop on London’s Bond Street, marketing tobacco and ready-made cigarettes. On Mr. Morris’s death, the company was taken over by his wife Margaret and his brother Leopold. In 1881 the Company went public, Leopold Morris combining with Joseph Grunebaum to create Philip … Continue reading

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Jersey tobacco duty to increase by 13.2 percent

Smokers will pay an additional 13.2 percent on tobacco products after a vote to raise duty in Jersey. Smoking people will now have to pay 50p extra for a pack of cigarettes. Jersey States have affirmed that the cost of cigarettes will increase starting with January. As element of the budget discussion political figures decided to implement Senator Philip Ozouf’s … Continue reading

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63% back plain cigarette packages

Nearly two-thirds of citizens in the UK support suggestions to remove cigarette packages of their trademarks, a review indicates. The set of questions, carried out with 2,000 adults on the part of Cancer Research UK, identified that 63% supported standardised packs rules. On December 1, Australia became the first country worldwide to place all tobacco products in plain packs. Now … Continue reading

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Cigarette companies increase list price on cigarettes

Altria Group Inc. is moving through a price hike of 6 cents per pack over all of the cigarette brands of the company. It is the second time the cigarette company rises prices on the tobacco products this year. The producer of Marlboro and Chesterfield cigarettes affirmed it would enforce the price hike on shipments starting with December 3. The … Continue reading

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