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"In our opinion, [after taxation] the other two regulatory environment changes that concern the industry the most are homogenous packaging and below-the-counter sales. Both would significantly restrict the industry's ability to promote their products." Morgan Stanley Research (2007)
December 2009: Global Convenience Store Focus article - Dealing with display bans: solutions and support. Includes photos showing how to use "over 18 identification required" signs to remind shoppers the stores still sells tobacco products.
Ending Retail Tobacco Displays
Proposal to Regulate the Display and Promotion of Tobacco and Tobacco-Related Products at Retail (Dec 2006)
Consultation document by Health Canada that has a good summary of why tobacco displays should be out of sight.
Coles supermarket Forestville has voluntarily hidden tobacco displays
A Bangkok Thailand tobacco retail display
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