AUSTRALIA: End of the road for smoking in pubs
Australia has joined the world's toughest anti-smoking nations despite protests from pubs and clubs which claim it will cost up to 8000 jobs and A$500m a year.
From next July smoking is to be confined to one room in liquor licensed premises and banned outright from 2007 in most state and territory jurisdictions. Only Norway, New Zealand and three US states have similar measures.
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