Tobacco company defends retail displa...

Tobacco company defends retail display rule

There are 1 comment on the The Otago Daily Times story from Mar 13, 2010, titled Tobacco company defends retail display rule. In it, The Otago Daily Times reports that:

Amid a barrage of Maori people calling for tough controls and the eventual banning of smoking, a tobacco company today asked for current sale display rules to remain the same.

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just candid


#1 Mar 15, 2010
Most Nicotine addicts will keep on smoking, with or without advertising. The only reason Tobacco Cos. want to advertise, is they need new customers to replace customers they have killed off. 0>:~(

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