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ITGA, Tobacco, AGM, Tobacco types, social responsability, agriculture, farmers, tobacco production, alternative crops, fctc, tobacco leaf, tobacco courier, tobacco growers, crop, growing countries

ITGA, Tobacco, AGM, Tobacco types, social responsability, agriculture, farmers, tobacco production, alternative crops, fctc, tobacco leaf, tobacco courier, tobacco growers, crop, growing countries

ITGA, Tobacco, AGM, Tobacco types, social responsability, agriculture, farmers, tobacco production, alternative crops, fctc, tobacco leaf, tobacco courier, tobacco growers, crop, growing countries

ITGA, Tobacco, AGM, Tobacco types, social responsability, agriculture, farmers, tobacco production, alternative crops, fctc, tobacco leaf, tobacco courier, tobacco growers, crop, growing countries
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Tobacco News
  Nueva asociación en Brasil reune más de 650 municipios productores de tabaco
 Tobacco sector has reinforced its political base on this Saturday, June 15, in a meeting in Santa Cruz do Sul with mayors and representatives of tobacco growing municipalities from Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Paraná States. This initiative was taken by themayor of Santa Cruz do Sul, Telmo Kirst, in partnership with InterGState Union of Tobacco Industry (SindiTabaco) and the Association of Brazilian Tobacco Growers (Afubra), where leaderships of entities and companies involved  in  the  production  chain  of  the  three  Southern  States  attended  the  meeting  at  Bierhaus Restaurant G Oktoberfest Park, which resulted in the creation of the Association of Tobacco Growing Municipalities.

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  Tobacco Growers oppose FCTC implementation
"Tobacco farmers recently attending the International tobacco Growers Association (ITGA) Africa Regional Meeting in Lusaka Zambia have Strongly opposed proposals by the World Health Organisation's (WHO) Framework convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) that threaten the region's economies."

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  SA may be penaliser for carbon emissions
"Programme aimed at reducing country's dependence on coal might not be enough, writes MAYAGABO MAAKE."

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  One-sided recommendations hurt Africa's tobacco farmers
"Africa.com reports that representatives of hundreds of thousands of African tobacco farmers in Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe have gathered at the International Tobacco Growers Association Africa Regional Meeting to discuss recommendations made by international regulators the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC)."

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  Business: Tobacco’s global farming, global health
"The International Tobacco Growers Association (ITGA) is mounting a resistance (http://media.prnewswire.com/en/jsp/latest.jsp?resourceid=5249473&access=EH) to the on-going desires by the anti-tobacco organizations. Lost opportunities are being felt across the world, results of the direct response to the economic and global restrictions on this industry. But the farmers are the ones being made to pay for such, innocent of the crimes committed by others."

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