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By Shanima A Oct 10 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets trod water on Tuesday as investors steered clear of riskier assets ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve's September meeting minutes ...
Anti-smoking groups in Indonesia have slammed Big Tobacco for promoting sales by giving retailers cash rewards, shopping vouchers and even money to renovate, urging authorities to enforce advertising curbs to safeguard public health. The country with one of the highest smoking rates in the world does have a national regulation in place to restrict cigarette advertisements, including a ban on tobacco firms promoting their products while acting as a sponsor. Cigarette makers are making the most of this, tying up with small retailers and rewarding them for in-store promotion of products, the anti-smoking groups said.
Do you know what the 10 best selling cigarette brands in India are? India’s tobacco market is estimated at around $11 billion, and the country is poised to become one of the biggest tobacco markets over the next few decades. The country has become a huge market for cigarettes, accounting for more than 12% of the world’s smoking population. […]
Indonesia's parliament has proposed a draft law that could lead to a sharp increase in tobacco output in a country that is already a top producer with one of the heaviest rates of smoking in the world. Indonesia's tobacco industry employs millions of workers and contributes almost 10 percent to government revenues through taxes, but has faced a backlash from the health ministry and anti-smoking organizations. Health Minister Nila Moeloek said her ministry "definitely" opposes the tobacco bill as it has the responsibility to "safeguard the health of the people".