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This summary report highlights attitudes of smokers and non-smokers before implementation of state-level smoke-free policies in the hospitality industry.

This summary report highlights attitudes of smokers and non-smokers before implementation of state-level smoke-free policies in the hospitality industry.

This summary report highlights attitudes and behaviours of smokers and non-smokers before and after the implementation of Germany's smoke-free policies in workplaces and public places.

The ITC Kenya Survey findings presented in this report provide evidence of the impact of tobacco control policies on tobacco users in Kenya and identify strengths and weaknesses in the implementation of the FCTC.

The ITC Korea Survey findings presented in this report provide evidence of the impact of these tobacco control policies on smokers in the Republic of Korea and identify strengths and weakness in the implementation of the FCTC.

The ITC Korea Survey findings presented in this report provide evidence of the impact of these tobacco control policies on smokers in the Republic of Korea and identify strengths and weakness in the implementation of the FCTC.

This summary describes how smokers in Mexico have responded to new and aggressive policies put in place during the years 2008 and 2009.

This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Netherlands’ implementation of the FCTC. The findings are based on research conducted by the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project (the ITC Project) – an international comparative cohort survey conducted in 22 countries, designed to measure the impact of tobacco control policy measures on tobacco users over time.

This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Netherlands’ implementation of the FCTC. The findings are based on research conducted by the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project (the ITC Project) – an international comparative cohort survey conducted in 22 countries, designed to measure the impact of tobacco control policy measures on tobacco users over time.