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But when Tobacco Journal International visited one, most customers and the owner smoked unconcerned.
Albanian Tobacco: A Dying Industry," Tobacco Journal International (October 8).
She told Tobacco Journal International that "besides supporting the prohibition of additives which are toxic or carcinogenic, I also believe there no reason to permit additives which have no purpose other than to increase the attractiveness of tobacco products to consumers by increasing availability of nicotine, improving or mellowing the flavour, reducing dryness or masking unpleasant smells from the tobacco.
But there would be opposition to such a move in Geneva: 'I cannot see why they could not cut a deal--they are so close,' said one WTO official to Tobacco Journal International.
A comprehensive survey on tobacco consumption in adults, to be released in October, will report a rise in smokeless tobacco usage in India, industry sources have told Tobacco Journal International.
Later, in an interview with Tobacco Journal International, he argued banning flavoured tobacco had been undertaken simply because it was an easy target, not because it was effective tobacco control: "It's no longer about doing the right thing, it's about doing the most popular thing.
Tobacco Journal International went out onto the streets and asked their views.
The bulk of cigarettes sold in east Africa (and hence probably Somalia) are made in Kenya as Nairobi is the home of British American Tobacco (BAT) Kenya Limited, although the company would not comment to Tobacco Journal International about this touchy subject.