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Bundestag beschließt weitreichendes Werbeverbot für Tabak
03.07.20

Bundestag beschließt weitreichendes Werbeverbot für Tabak

Tabakkonzerne dürfen künftig nur noch in eng begrenzten Ausnahmefällen für ihre Produkte werben. Der Bundestag hat ein entsprechendes Gesetz angenommen.

SHOTLIST DORTMUND, NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN, DEUTSCHLAND17. SEPTEMBER 2010QUELLE: AFP1. Foto A woman lights a cigarette at the 'Inter-tabac' trade fair in the western German city of Dortmund on September 17, 2010. Europe's leading trade fair for tobacco and smoking accessories, the Inter-tabac is the crucial communication and order platform for trade with the product and service offerings of more than 230 exhibitors. The Intertabacs take place from September 17, 2010 until September 19, 2010 at the fairground in Dortmund. AFP PHOTO PATRIK STOLLARZBERLIN, BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND15. AUGUST 2005QUELLE: AFP2. Foto A man walks past a billboard featuring a cigarette ad in Berlin 11 August 2005. Health authorities have blamed the German government's opposition to a ban on tobacco advertising, for a noted increase in young smokers in the country. In the EU alone, tobacco companies need to recruit 500 000 new smokers each year to replace the ones who die prematurely, according to EU Commissioner David Byrne. AFP PHOTO JOHN MACDOUGALLKEHL, BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG, DEUTSCHLAND15. JUNI 2020QUELLE: AFPTV3. Totale queue, from the front, in front of a tobacco shop4. Schwenk von links nach rechts a shopper leaving the store with a bag full of cartons of cigarettes in his handBERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND2. JULI 2020QUELLE: AFPTV5.6.7.8.FRANKFURT/MAIN, HESSEN, DEUTSCHLAND12. OKTOBER 2007QUELLE: AFP9. Foto FILES - Picture taken taken on October 12, 2007 shows stubbed out cigarettes in an ashtray at the Frankfurt Book Fair in central Germany. North-Rhine Westphalia and Thuringia became the last two regions to implement public smoking bans on July 1, 2008 all other states having done so piecemeal since late 2007. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL

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