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Tobacco firms give incentives to shopkeepers for sales boost - Herald Scotland

Tobacco firms give incentives to shopkeepers for sales boostHerald ScotlandIncentives are being used to mitigate the use of the advertising ban on tobacco, according to researchers. 0 comments. Get the latest local news straight to your inbox every day. Sign up. TOBACCO firms are offering cash bonuses and other rewards to ...and more »

Firms 'urge shops to promote cigarettes' despite ban - STV News;

Firms 'urge shops to promote cigarettes' despite ban - STV News

STV NewsFirms 'urge shops to promote cigarettes' despite banSTV NewsTobacco firms are enticing Scottish shops to promote their products despite a ban on the open display of cigarettes, it is claimed. Researchers found companies offer rewards, including cash bonuses, to small businesses in an attempt to boost sales.and more »

Tobacco firms 'help stores beat display ban' - The Times

Tobacco firms 'help stores beat display ban'The TimesTobacco companies are incentivising retailers to promote their products in an attempt to circumvent new legislation aimed at reducing smoking, research has shown. Shopkeepers in Scotland are being offered a range of benefits from cash to iPads to ...and more »

Tobacco industry steps up tactics to reduce impact of display ban - EurekAlert (press release);

Tobacco industry steps up tactics to reduce impact of display ban - EurekAlert (press release)

EurekAlert (press release)Tobacco industry steps up tactics to reduce impact of display banEurekAlert (press release)IMAGE: Lead author Martine Stead, Deputy Director of the Institute of Social Marketing. view more. Credit: University of Stirling. Tobacco manufacturers are offering retailers incentives to promote their products in a bid to mitigate the effects of the ...and more »

Industry steps up efforts to minimise impact of open display tobacco product ban - EurekAlert (press release)

Industry steps up efforts to minimise impact of open display tobacco product banEurekAlert (press release)Scotland banned all point of sale displays of tobacco products in supermarkets with more than 280 m2 of retail space in 2013, and in small shops from 2015 onwards. But prompted by reports that tobacco companies were using financial incentives to try ...and more »

Tobacco products display ban: Singapore retailers comply early but fear business impact - Yahoo Singapore News;

Tobacco products display ban: Singapore retailers comply early but fear business impact - Yahoo Singapore News

Yahoo Singapore NewsTobacco products display ban: Singapore retailers comply early but fear business impactYahoo Singapore NewsThe ban on the display of tobacco products in retail outlets took effect on Tuesday (1 August) but many supermarket chains and provision shops were ready to comply way ahead of the deadline. The Ministry of Health (MOH) first announced the ban in ...and more »