This briefing paper is out of date and has been withdrawn. It has been replaced by two seperate briefing papers, namely:

(i) “Prohibition of tobacco displays”, (CBP 5537) dated 3 May 2017.

(ii) “Prohibition of tobacco vending machines” (CBP 5536) dated 8 May 2017.  


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