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FRANCE: THE EXTRAVAPE NETWORK PARTICIPATES IN WORLD DAY WITHOUT TOBACCO
Major player in the high-end electronic cigarette distribution sector, Extravape continues its fight against smoking by participating this time in the World No Tobacco Day organized by the World Health Organization (WHO). (See the article)
UNITED KINGDOM: PHILIP MORRIS WANTS TO PAY SMOKERS WHO FINISH IT WITH TOBACCO
Philip Morris, the world's largest cigarette maker, offers smokers financial incentives to switch to e-cigarettes or shut down altogether. The company, which manufactures 130 cigarette brands, including Marlboro, is financing a company that will offer cheaper life insurance policies to customers who end up smoking. (See the article)
FRANCE: THE HALF OF THE POPULATION DOES NOT WISH TO LIMIT TOBACCO WITH THE PRICE!
According to a new survey of the OFDT (French Observatory of Drugs and Drug Addiction), "More than half (55%) disapprove of the idea of an increase in the price of tobacco to limit accessibility". (See the article)
BENIN: 1% OF WOMEN FUMENT OF TOBACCO AGAINST 7% MEN!
In Benin, it is not just men who smoke tobacco. Women also take pleasure in using it. And according to the final results of the fifth demographic and health survey (Eds V), 1% of Benin women smoke any type of tobacco against 7% of men. (See the article)