UK Considers a New Way to End Smoking

Monday, February 01, 2010

The British government is considering a controversial measure to reduce the number of smokers by half in ten years. It wants to sell cigarettes in packs featuring only the text of the cigarette brand set on a uniform gray background. But tobacco companies are resisting the move. 

BBC Business Reporter Rodney Smith joins us from London with more.

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Rodney Smith

Comments [1]

Sonne Hernandez from Bushwick

How about tackling bigger problems like the police themselves and all the internal problems they are having....and now we are going to give them yet another tool? ....it's scarry.

Feb. 04 2011 10:47 AM

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