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  1. #1
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    Oct 2012

    The four pillars for Regulating for tobacco harm reduction

    Regulation for tobacco harm reduction – four pillars The counterfactual

    1.To raise the standards of products and industry practice

    2. To maintain and enhance the appeal of the reduced risk products relative to cigarettes

    3. To promote, rather than inhibit, innovation, diversity and competition in low risk alternatives to smoking

    4. To protect against unwanted or unintended consequences

    This is how I interpret his graph:


    Sorry, wrong subforum
    Last edited by marty; 02-07-14 at 08:40 PM.

  2. #2
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    Oct 2013
    I'd go along with that

    Gaffer Tape is like The Force - it has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the universe together

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  3. #3
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    Adelaide, South Australia
    Regulation is costly and technical. Also, allowing nicotine sales to be legal in australia COULD be a negative effect on GDP.. i say COULD <-----like this, because I'm thinking in terms of the economy, if everyone is smoking ecigarettes and not using nicabate it COULD result in:

    Increased unemployment, decreased exports & decreased investment:
    -nicabate australia is owned by an Australian organisation/HUGE corporation and "makes a significant contribution to the Australian economy through employment, exports, manufacturing and local investment."

    said the budding finance student who suffered through two semesters of economics...
    I Don't Smoke Analogues



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