Worldwide tobacco giants in bid to stop under-age smoking

Hall, Emma
August 1999
Campaign;08/06/99, Issue 31, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that tobacco companies worldwide are planning to cooperate on a planned advertising campaign seeking to reduce underage smoking.


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