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Cigarette factories in Central Java's Pati and Jepara regencies are growing despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The road map for the tobacco products industry needs to be orientated toward reducing production and consumption.
Indonesia will introduce a new tobacco excise tax increase of 12.5 percent, which will be effective starting February 2021.
Jusuf Kalla expressed concerns regarding the economic sustainability as a tobacco tycoon remains to be the country's richest.
YLKI encouraged Finance Minister Sri Mulyani to not hesitate to increase the cigarette excise in 2021.
Bogor Mayor Bima Arya Sugiarto has taken a firm stand against the national tobacco industry by denying cigarette product ads.
Indonesian customs and excise officials in Banten Province seized 1.7 million illegal cigarettes aboard two trucks from East Java.
A man armed with a meat cleaver attacked and wounded two people on Friday in front of the Paris office building, at the Charlie Hebdo attack scene.
An expert explains why inhaling secondhand smoke exhaled by people smoking cigarette can increase the chance of contracting COVID-19.
Health experts on Tuesday urged smokers to stop their smoking habit as it would help prevent them from contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Indonesian Respiratory Association (PDPI) is not a believer in seeing vape as an alternative to quitting cigarette smoking.
Resist the temptation of smoking by avoiding certain foods and beverages that research found to suppress cigarette craving.
40 tobacco farmers urged the Indonesian government to create a comprehensive tobacco control policy over health concerns.
Cigarette corporations launched at the mandatory health warning label plan to cover 90 percent of a cigarette pack.
The 2018 basic health research (Riskesdas) revealed an increasing trend of smoking prevalence among children up to 9.1 percent.
The Yogyakarta regional administration will intensify its efforts to further limit people from smoking in the area of Malioboro.
Industry Ministry official Mogadishu conveyed his worry that the revision of PP No. 109/2012 possibly beset the tobacco industry.
KPAI supports the government's plan to enlarge the graphic health warning label on cigarette packs in a bid to control the number of child smokers.
Cigarette Producers Association (Gappri) rejects the government's plan to impose a massive health warning label on cigarette packs.
YLKI head Tulus Abadi opined the government is not seriously controlling the consumption of cigarette so far.