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The Public Health Ministry is considering making the graphic warnings on cigarette packs even bigger to further curb smoking. 

Ministry officials on Friday met with the Thailand Anti Tobacco Committee to discuss changes to existing regulations. One proposal is to increase the warning from 55% of the package's space to 85%.

The committee would return to discuss the issue further in the next two months, said Public Health Minister Pradit Sintawanarong.

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