A parliamentary panel in India reviewing whether to put larger health warnings on cigarette packets. Photo: Reuters A parliamentary panel in India reviewing whether to put larger health warnings on cigarette packets. Photo: Reuters
A parliamentary panel in India reviewing whether to put larger health warnings on cigarette packets. Photo: Reuters

Indian health officals suggest lawmakers influenced by big tobacco when it comes to more prominent health warnings on cigarettes

The Tobacco Institute of India represents hundreds of local manufacturers in India’s US$6 billion cigarette market as well as bigger firms such as ITC, part-owned by British American Tobacco.

Topic |   Smoking and vaping
A parliamentary panel in India reviewing whether to put larger health warnings on cigarette packets. Photo: Reuters A parliamentary panel in India reviewing whether to put larger health warnings on cigarette packets. Photo: Reuters
A parliamentary panel in India reviewing whether to put larger health warnings on cigarette packets. Photo: Reuters
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