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Unnecessary interaction with tobacco industry

As defined by Article 5.3 guidelines, unnecessary interactions with the tobacco industry occur when government officials attend social functions sponsored by the industry or when the government enters into a partnership with them. No social distancing with the industry Not even the pandemic prevented some high-level government officials from interacting unnecessarily with the tobacco industry. […]

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Benefits given to tobacco industry

According to Asian TII index, the tobacco industry’s business portfolio is still highly valued for its perceived contributions to economic growth. Consequently, this earns the industry privileges or incentives from governments to expand its business further. Except for Brunei, the tobacco industry continues to enjoy these benefits from governments across Asia. Carving out tobacco industry

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