| Commentary

45 Tobacco

| Commentary

45 Tobacco

There is a general prohibition on advertising whose purpose or effect is to promote a product consisting wholly or partly of tobacco and intended to be smoked, sniffed, sucked or chewed1. There are limited exceptions for certain business to business communications, communications made in reply to particular requests made by individuals for information about tobacco products, and publications printed in a country which is not an EEA state, or whose principal market is not one or more of the EEA States (or any part of them) (other than inflight magazines)2.

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