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====European Union====
 
====European Union====
 
In the European Union, Japan Tobacco International monitors a large number of European Union policies and actively engages in customs, justice and home affairs, enlargement, taxation, consumer affairs, public health, internal market, external trade and anti-illicit trade. Japan Tobacco International engages with European Union institutions either on its own or via trade associations. <ref name="JT_TransparencyRegister"> European Transparency Register, [http://ec.europa.eu/transparencyregister/public/consultation/displaylobbyist.do?id=71175716023-03 JT International], Accessed 19 October 2018 </ref> In 2017, the organization has paid between  EUR 1,250,000 and EUR 1,499,999 on activities related to lobbying and registration fees within the European Union.{{r|JT_TransparencyRegister}}
 
In the European Union, Japan Tobacco International monitors a large number of European Union policies and actively engages in customs, justice and home affairs, enlargement, taxation, consumer affairs, public health, internal market, external trade and anti-illicit trade. Japan Tobacco International engages with European Union institutions either on its own or via trade associations. <ref name="JT_TransparencyRegister"> European Transparency Register, [http://ec.europa.eu/transparencyregister/public/consultation/displaylobbyist.do?id=71175716023-03 JT International], Accessed 19 October 2018 </ref> In 2017, the organization has paid between  EUR 1,250,000 and EUR 1,499,999 on activities related to lobbying and registration fees within the European Union.{{r|JT_TransparencyRegister}}
 
A campaign by Forest EU, funded by Japan Tobacco International, British American Tobacco and members of the European Smoking Tobacco Associations, paints a picture that is out of touch with the reality of EU legislation and the economic and societal effects of smoking in its many forms. <ref>[https://www.theparliamentmagazine.eu/articles/partner_article/efa/making-europe-smoke-free-environment  Making Europe a smoke-free environment], The Parliament Magazine, 21 October 2019, Accessed 26 November 2019 </ref>
 
  
 
The organization employs five part-time and two full-time lobbyists. The European Union Register lists the following employees:  
 
The organization employs five part-time and two full-time lobbyists. The European Union Register lists the following employees:  

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