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40 tobacco farmers urged the Indonesian government to create a comprehensive tobacco control policy over health concerns.
The 2018 basic health research (Riskesdas) revealed an increasing trend of smoking prevalence among children up to 9.1 percent.
Tobacco farmers have rejected the government's plan to raise the cigarette excise rate by 21.56 percent on average.
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.
The abandonment of the mega-merger comes at a time when e-cigarettes and vaping are facing intense regulatory scrutiny across the world.
Badminton auditions organized by tobacco producer triggered nationwide controversy. The government has to enforce the law.
YLKI head Tulus Abadi opined the government is not seriously controlling the consumption of cigarette so far.
BPOM head Penny K. Lukito stressed that his agency did not issue a distribution permit for vape or e-cigarette as it contains harmful materials.
Tobacco Farmers Association (APTI) head Agus Parmuji opined the 23% cigarette tax hike is beyond a reasonable threshold and will highly affect farmers
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani says the cigarette tax hike will take effect starting January 1, 2020.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the government has two concerns before issuing a regulation on cigarette excise.
The Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) chairman Tulus Abadi opined that the tobacco control policy during the era of Jokowi saw a setback.
All the venues for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be 100 percent smoke-free, the organizers said on Thursday.
Tempo interviews Muhaimin Moeftie, an official at the Alliance of Tobacco Communities about the Tobacco Bill.
Tobacco plants died because of overflowing water from the river, causing the plants to be submerged underwater.
Australian Finance Minister claimed that the increase ims to lower the number of cancer patients in the country.
Indonesian major tobacco company HM Sampoerna will offer nearly 270 million new shares for Rp77,000 each.
The excise on cigarettes will certainly increase after the Value Added Tax (PPN) is increased from 8.4 to 8.7 percent starting next year