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China mulls stricter tobacco control

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SMOKERS who light up at indoor public areas could be fined as much as 500 yuan (S$106) and operators who don't stop them may have licences revoked under a proposed law as China considers stricter tobacco control.

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SMOKERS who light up at indoor public areas could be fined as much as 500 yuan (S$106) and operators who don't stop them may have licences revoked under a proposed law as China considers stricter tobacco control.

Operators would be required to set up designated areas for

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