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    Minister: Tobacco Will Remain Malawi’s Cash Crop

    But the country is simultaneously exploring tobacco alternatives.

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    Piping Up

    The European Shisha Community Alliance’s Ruth Gunning discusses the challenges facing shisha.

    Shaking off the Shackles

    The Philippines is rebuffing outside forces seeking to derail its tobacco harm reduction policies.

    A Paradigm Shift

    A transformation akin to that in the oil, automotive and meat industries is also taking place in tobacco.

    A Versatile Tool

    Reconstituted tobacco producers explore new opportunities while reducing their carbon footprint.

    Staying Ahead

    Machinery makers help customers develop competitive products while controlling costs.

    In the Lurch

    Companies find themselves torn between their obligations to the law and to the safety of users.

    The Credibility Gap

    What industry scientists wish they could say to public health researchers about their work.

    A Hard Sell

    The EU continues to view harm reduction with suspicion.

    The Leading Edge

    Building on a formidable heritage, Republic Brands is keen to capitalize on the latest trends.

    Tobacco Reporter October 2021

    Tobacco Reporter’s October 2021 examines at the aftermath of Sept. 9, the day on which the Food and Drug Administration ordered the removal of hundreds of thousands electronic nicotine delivery systems from the U.S. market. What are the industry’s options in the wake of that development, and what about the bestselling products still under review?

    Cheryl Olsen highlights a landmark article by nicotine experts that provides a rare balanced look a vaping in the U.S. George Gay evaluates the outlook for tobacco machinery and reconstituted tobacco in a rapidly changing environment and Stefanie Rossel takes a look at the Philippines, which has courageously rejected attempts by well-funded special interested groups to influence its tobacco-control policies.

    Also in this issue: The trials and tribulations of the global paper industry, which has been wrestling with rapidly rising cost for raw materials, energy and transportation.

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    Clive Bates


    A regular contributor to Tobacco Reporter, Clive Bates is the director of Counterfactual Consulting and the former director of Action on Smoking and Health (U.K.).

    In this section, we present a selection of his articles.

     

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    Fresh Thinking

    The World Health Organization and tobacco policy: a seven-point reform agenda

    The Endgame Revisited

    It is time to confront the fundamental confusion about the public health aims for tobacco and nicotine policy.

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    No Exaggeration

    The future of tobacco machinery in a rapidly changing market for nicotine products

    Uncharted Territory

    The FDA’s review process of PMTA applications won’t be completed by the Sept. 9 deadline.

    Innovation as a Driver

    Even in challenging times, filter and tow suppliers find new opportunities in innovative nicotine products.

    Thank You!

    The 2021 GTNF would have been impossible without the support of these generous sponsors.

    The Credibility Gap

    What industry scientists wish they could say to public health researchers about their work.

    The Leading Edge

    Building on a formidable heritage, Republic Brands is keen to capitalize on the latest trends.

    Chew on This

    How sensibly will modern oral nicotine products be regulated in the future?

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