Cigarette firms reject pictorial warning plan


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  • Friday, 14 Feb 2003

PETALING JAYA: Two major cigarette companies have rejected the position of more than 180 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to have pictorial warnings on cigarette boxes, while another supports “clear and conspicuous” health warnings but with conditions.  

“Regulations and any action on public health should be based on rational review of hard evidence. 

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