Following ratification of the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), the Russian government lowered the maximum tar levels in 2009, provided a new format of health warnings on packaging in 2010 and increased tobacco taxation. In 2013, more government efforts were used to implement the newly signed anti-smoking law “On protection of public health from the effects of tobacco consumption”. The law imposed a complete but gradual ban on smoking in public places...
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