Month  :  December
 Amendment Proposed to Argentina's Tobacco Law Regarding Pack Marking
 On 09 December 2013 a bill was introduced in the Argentine Congress which would amend Law 26.6687 on tobacco control to require all tobacco products packs and packaging to be black, without brand insignia and only having the brand name in white. The bill also would ban the use of expressions such as "light," "smooth," "mild," "low in tar and nicotine" and similar terms, as well as any other descriptive elements, phrases, images or marks might create the impression that a given product is less harmful to health.
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