‘Life or death’: Tokyo pub owners fear impact of tougher smoking laws

a step forward in a country where the tobacco industry has long thrived thanks to the political clout of tobacco farmers and behemoth Japan Tobacco Inc. — of which more than a third is owned by the Fi…
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