ITC bears brunt as health ministry okays ban on sale of loose cigarettes and says no to tobacco products below 25 years

November 2014
FRPT- FMCG Snapshot;11/30/2014, p18
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The article reports decrease of the shares of the tobacco company Imperial Tobacco Co. after the health ministry has approved recommendations to ban on sale of loose cigarettes and prohibits tobacco products to individuals below 25 years old in India.


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