viernes, 26 de septiembre de 2014 – 24 de septiembre de 2014 – China

Six retailers’ license suspended for selling tobacco products to minors

SINGAPORE — Six retailers have been caught selling tobacco products to minors under 18, resulting in a six-month suspension of their tobacco retail license and a fine of between S$1,500 and S$2,000.

The employees of the six retailers did not check the age of the minors before selling cigarettes to them, said the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) in a statement. They were caught via HSA’s routine surveillance and enforcement activities.

The HSA reminded tobacco retailer licensees that they are responsible for all transactions of tobacco products taking place at their outlets, as well as for the action of their employees.

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