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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.
Minister of Health Nila Moeloek barred teachers from cigarette smoking in schools as it might be followed by students.
Health Minister, Nila F. Moeloek mentioned cigarette smoking as the main cause of non-communicable diseases such as coronary disease and cancer.
The Communication and Informatics Ministry has discovered 114 contents related to cigarette advertising on various social media platforms.
YLKI chairman Tulus Abadi said internet cigarette advertisements that condone smoking 'deserve' to be banned.
Customs Service Office of Surakarta City revealed an inter-island network of illegal cigarette traders and seized 6.6 million illegal cigarettes.
The fire that broke out at the integrated child-friendly public space (RPTRA) in Duren Sawit was suspected to be caused by a cigarette butt.
Air pollution apparently causes more deaths than smoking, a recent study says.