23 February 1996 Western tobacco companies are making big investments, and big profits, throughout Central and Eastern Europe. Meanwhile, local health officials are warning that aggressive advertising for cigarettes is spurring more people to smoke and is building toward a public-health disaster1 International Herald Tribune, 22 March 1994. 2 Chicago Tribune, 20 December 1993. 3 […]

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