Iran imposes strict restrictions on cigarette box

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Iran imposes strict restrictions on cigarette box packaging

the Iranian parliament passed a decree prohibiting smoking in mosques, cinemas, restaurants, department stores, public transportation and open-air sports venues, focusing on reducing production capacity, reducing costs, making up for weaknesses, and increasing benefits. The decree prohibits all tobacco advertisements and requires locally produced and imported cigarette boxes to carry health warnings covering at least 50% of the packaging area. Modifiers such as "light" and "soft" are also banned

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