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This comparative study of both existing and proposed legislation is designed to restrict tobacco use in the 12 countries of the European Economic Community. The book is organized according to five main categories of anti-tobacco legislation: direct and indirect advertising, labelling and such related issues as health warnings and limits on tar levels, the protection of children, the definition of tobacco products and the prohibition of smokeless products, and the use of tobacco in public places. For each type of legislation, the book provides a concise country-by-country summary of recent laws and regulations presented in chronolical order.
Each section concludes with a tabular comparison of legislation in the EEC countries, a summary of current trends and a brief discussion of legislature that has proven successful and can thus serve as models for other countries.