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====Ukraine====
 
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In 2019 The Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine fined cigarette manufacturers and distributors, including [[Philip Morris]], JTI Ukraine, [[Imperial Tobacco]], British American Tobacco, as well as the Tedis-Ukraine distributor, who appealed the decision of the Antimonopoly Committee for a fine of UAH 6.5 billion (USD 265 million). The AMCU claimed there was a producers' conspiracy to prevent new potential participants from entering the tobacco distribution market. <ref>[https://korrespondent.net/business/companies/4148556-tabachnye-kompanyy-budut-sudytsia-s-amku-yz-za-shtrafa-v-65-mlrd-hrn Табачные компании будут судиться с АМКУ из-за штрафа в 6,5 млрд грн], ''Korrespondent'', 10 October 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref>
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The Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine fined four cigarette manufacturers and distributors, including [[Philip Morris]], JTI Ukraine, [[Imperial Tobacco]], British American Tobacco, as well as the Tedis-Ukraine distributor, who will appeal the decision of the Antimonopoly Committee for a fine of UAH 6.5 billion (USD 265 million). The AMCU claims there was a producers' conspiracy to prevent new potential participants from entering the tobacco distribution market. <ref>[https://korrespondent.net/business/companies/4148556-tabachnye-kompanyy-budut-sudytsia-s-amku-yz-za-shtrafa-v-65-mlrd-hrn Табачные компании будут судиться с АМКУ из-за штрафа в 6,5 млрд грн], ''Korrespondent'', 10 October 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref>
 
 
 
====United Kingdom====
 
====United Kingdom====
 
[[Philip Morris International]], [[British American Tobacco]], [[Japan Tobacco International]], [[Imperial Brands]] and Juul are all members of the UK Vaping Industry Association (UKVIA), the United Kingdom's leading forum for supporting, developing and promoting the vaping industry. In March 2021, UKVIA issued a wide-ranging report recommending an easing of restrictions covering advertising, packaging and product sizes in the United Kingdom. <ref>[https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/vaping-firms-want-advert-rules-relaxed-3pk76j8mg Vaping firms want advert rules relaxed], ''The Times'', 16 March 2021, Accessed 21 April 2021 </ref>
 
[[Philip Morris International]], [[British American Tobacco]], [[Japan Tobacco International]], [[Imperial Brands]] and Juul are all members of the UK Vaping Industry Association (UKVIA), the United Kingdom's leading forum for supporting, developing and promoting the vaping industry. In March 2021, UKVIA issued a wide-ranging report recommending an easing of restrictions covering advertising, packaging and product sizes in the United Kingdom. <ref>[https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/vaping-firms-want-advert-rules-relaxed-3pk76j8mg Vaping firms want advert rules relaxed], ''The Times'', 16 March 2021, Accessed 21 April 2021 </ref>

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