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Singapore amends Tobacco Act for a smoke- and nicotine-free nation
 

Singapore amends Tobacco Act for a smoke- and nicotine-free nation

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It’s reported that 95% of smokers had their first puff before they turned 21, while 45% became regular smokers between ages 18 and 21. As such, the minimum legal age for smoking in Singapore will be raised to 21 by the year 2021—as part of the amendments made to the Tobacco (Control of Advertisement and Sale) Act (TCASA), which was approved by Parliament on 7 November.
 
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20 Nov 2017 - General