Tags : graphic health warnings

Warnings on hold

Anti-tobacco campaigners in Pakistan are urging the government to enforce regulations requiring huge graphic health warnings to be included on cigarette packs.Read More

Thai court approves bigger warnings

Thai cigarette manufacturers will have to print even larger pictorial health warnings by Sept. 23, now that the Supreme Administrative Court has ruled in support of a new regulation by the Public Health Ministry, according to a report in The Nation. In line with the regulation, pictorial warnings must now cover at least 85 percent...Read More

Low compliance with health warnings requirement

The majority of cigarette packs in Indonesia do not comply with the country’s new graphic health warning requirements, according to a report in The Jakarta Post. The Drug and Food Monitoring Agency (DFMA) said only 13.44 percent of cigarette packages circulating in the market bear the pictorial warnings that became mandatory on June 24. Under...Read More