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Tobacco Packaging in Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong tobacco packaging market forecast to register declining revenues

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2014-02-07 14:58:04 - Tobacco Packaging in Hong Kong, China - a new market research report on

During 2012, the Hong Kong government continued to push through "quit smoking" campaigns, with the Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health launching the "Quit to Win" Smoke-free Community campaign in June 2012. The campaign encourages smokers to quit smoking and be a winner in their life in terms of leading a healthy lifestyle, saving money and improving their image.

Over the forecast period tobacco packaging is set to register a decline. With 20 units being the leading pack size, the reduction in cigarette smoking in view of consumers´ rising health consciousness and the government´s continued push in "quit smoking" campaigns will continue to impact the performance of tobacco packaging.

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