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This report presents findings from two waves of the ITC Brazil Survey, which polled representative samples of smokers and non-smokers in three major cities between 2009 and 2013.

This summary presents key findings from Wave 1 and Wave 2 of the ITC Netherlands Survey.

The Report describes and analyzes New Zealand smoker attitudes toward the tobacco industry and a range of tobacco control regulatory policies compared to attitudes of Australian smokers.

The Report reviews recent key advocacy approaches and political party policy developments for indigenous tobacco control in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

This report summarizes global best practices and lessons learnt from other countries in the design and implementation of smoke-free policies.

This report summarizes global best practices and lessons learnt from other countries in the design and implementation of smoke-free policies.

This report is a summary of the recent evidence on the effectiveness of standardised packaging as a tobacco control strategy. The evidence includes new data from the Australia and United Kingdom International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Projects (the ITC Project).

This report is designed to present policy-makers in China with the necessary evidence to implement
more effective health warning labels for tobacco products. The report will summarize the current state
of warning labels in China, recent steps towards strengthening warning labels and the international
evidence on the effectiveness of pictorial health warnings.

This report is designed to present policy-makers in China with the necessary evidence to implement
more effective health warning labels for tobacco products. The report will summarize the current state
of warning labels in China, recent steps towards strengthening warning labels and the international
evidence on the effectiveness of pictorial health warnings.