NEWS AND EVENTS - INTERNATIONAL NEWS
YOU know we are living in confusing times when a product that kills six million people every year is offered as an alternative to its illicit counterpart.

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India To Track Tobacco Products To Curb Illicit Trade
December 17, 2018: India will track the movement of tobacco products in the country to curb tax evasion and illicit trade, and meet the World Health Organization’s protocol. Officials from the ministries of finance and health have already met once on the WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control...
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SECOND-HAND SMOKE KILLS


Tobacco companies continue to misrepresent the evidence on the health effects of SHS exposure and even claim that WHO has concluded that SHS is not dangerous. In fact, WHO has consistently concluded the opposite: SHS kills.

Protection from exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke. Policy recommendations, WHO

Countries stand shoulder to shoulder fighting "Big Tobacco"