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1. news | 18 Dec 2014
» The Public Health Ministry says it is revamping a 22-year-old tobacco control law to make it more comprehensive so that it covers electronic cigarettes and baraku (shisha) and catch up with marketing strategies of transn...
2. news | 05 Jan 2015
» BEIJING - China has abolished price controls on tobacco leaf, the last agricultural product to have limits, the country's top economic planner said as authorities seek to give the market a greater economic role.
3. news | 24 Dec 2014
» Anti-tobacco activists have praised the Public Health Ministry's efforts to amend the tobacco control act to bring e-cigarettes and baraku under its regulatory framework and raise the legal age for buying cigarettes...
4. lifestyle | 15 Jan 2015
» Bangkok is not bad at embracing special events observed around the world to raise awareness of a particular issue — be it Car-Free Day, World No Tobacco Day, Earth Day, to name only a few.
5. learning | 03 Jul 2013
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» Will bigger, more frightening, warning labels on cigarette packages reduce the number of smokers in the country? Health experts and anti-smoking groups believe they will and the tobacco industry seems to agree.
6. learning | 11 Aug 2011
» Memories of a ride to Tobacco Lake thirty years ago (now: Benjakitti Park), take a swim in the lake and partake of other childhood adventures.
7. learning | 08 Dec 2010
» Trade opportunities that Thailand might gain from a Free Trade Agreement with the US have to be weighed against increased cost of life-saving drugs which might well become less accessible.
8. news | 13 Jan 2015
» China's trade surplus rose 45.9% to 2.35 trillion yuan (around $380 billion) last year, the government announced Tuesday, but the world's second-largest economy missed its target for annual trade growth.
9. news | 22 Dec 2014
» YANGON — The illegal trade in tiger and other wild-cat parts into Thailand has diminished, while the same trade from Myanmar into China has grown, a survey said Monday.
10. news | 20 Dec 2014
» GENEVA - The EU launched Friday a fresh trade dispute at the World Trade Organization, charging that the United States was providing "billions of dollars" in unfair subsidies to help Boeing build its new 777X jet.