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Big potential for cannabis

22 Feb 2021. The past four years have seen at least nine African countries racing to legalise cannabis growing, but analysts have told Tobacco Journal International that approval for its adult use looks to be years away.
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UK tobacco market looks ahead after Brexit

22 Feb 2021. The UK tobacco market can now look ahead following the conclusion of the protracted trade agreement negotiations with the European Union (EU); as the finer details of Brexit were finally settled and took effect from 1 January. UK correspondent Peter Taberner gives a short overview.
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Recovering from the COVID-19 sales ban

22 Feb 2021. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, South Africa was faced with a second challenge when the sale of tobacco products was banned by the government. The ban has since been overturned but the effects are still being felt across the country.
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Impact of bidis on the Indian cigarette industry

22 Feb 2021. Bidi (also spelt as beeri, beedi and biri) is the most popular form of smoking in India. Bidis are thin hand-rolled cigarettes made from locally grown coarse tobacco flakes and hand rolled in tendu leaf. Mostly produced and sold by small cottage industries, bidis have a very profound impact on cigarette consumption in the country. In this feature, TJI assesses the impact of bidi smoking on cigarette consumption in India.
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