Although still not certain of having access to the 7th Conference of the Parties, representatives of a supply chain that brought in more than R$ 5 billion for the farmers in the past growing season, are leaving for India this Thursday, November 3.
November 2016 – A long trip full of uncertainties. This has been the history of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), the first and only international public health treaty of the World Health Organization. Adopted by the World Health Assembly on May 21st, 2003, FCTC entered into force on February 27th, 2005. A division of the United Nations Organization (UNO), up until now 180 countries have ratified the treaty, including Brazil, second largest producer and biggest exporter of leaf tobacco since 1993. Relevant competitors in the global trade of tobacco, like Argentina, the United States and