Daily Archives: December 2, 2010

EU Proposes End to Branded Cigarettes

LONDON - The European Union is proposing a full-scale ban on branded cigarettes, forcing tobacco companies across the continentplain cigarettes pack to sell their products in generic, plain packaging.

Imperial Tobacco denies sparking price war

Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd. has denied starting a price war for cigarettes in the Maritimes despite concerns by some store cigarettesowners, another tobacco company and the Canadian Cancer Society.

State ask RJ Reynolds to stop Camel cigarette marketing campaign

The National Association of Attorneys General is trying to snuff out the latest edgy marketing campaign for Camel camel seattle advertising campaigncigarettes.

Enforcing indoor-smoking law: more than 90% of restaurants in Virginia smoke-free

The outdoor patio or sidewalk increasingly has become the most puff-friendly place for smokers in the year since Virginia began outdoor smoking banenforcing a stricter indoor-smoking law for restaurants and bars.