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WHO officials force cigarette vendor out of China meeting venue SHANGHAI When World Health Organization tobacco scientist Burke Fishburn walked into a WHO meeting on health issues affecting the region here Monday morning, the first thing he saw was a cigarette stand. In what could foreshadow bigger battles between China and the WHO over smoking, Fishburn had the smokes thrown out of the venue for the WHO Western Pacific Regional Committee meeting. Although the Shanghai International Convention Center allows smoking, and although some of the estimated 150 WHO delegates gathered there smoke, Fishburn said Tuesday that he had complained to the organizers about the vendor. The booth about the size of an office desk had removed its Chinese and foreign brand cigarettes by the end of Monday, a convention center staffer confirmed. Some of the lounge ashtrays had also disappeared by the end of day one of the committee's five-day annual meeting. "They were very happy to do it," said Fishburn, Manila-based coordinator for the WHO's Tobacco Free Initiative. But the presence of cigarettes at a health-care conference underscores China's "level of awareness" about smoking, Fishburn said. White hazes permeate restaurants and public hallways while cigarette odors saturate hotel room upholstery around China, Fishburn noted, because few people know the effects of secondhand smoke. Although urban area cigarette ads have been removed in recent years and more public places ban smoking, he said, enforcement is lax. The governments of three Chinese provinces also earn 70 percent of their income from tobacco production, he said, so China may be reluctant to tax it. Chinese medical authorities estimate the country's smoking population at 320 million people. "China is the largest producer of tobacco leaf and uses almost all of it," Fishburn said. "You can imagine it's a huge issue for them." The WHO is pushing China to ratify the organization's 2003 Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. If it were to agree to ratification, China would commit to more location-specific smoking bans, tobacco taxes and tobacco control education. The convention has 30 backers so far and needs 40 to take effect. The WHO would decide a year after formal ratification how to enforce the convention. Committee members are expected to pass a smoking-related resolution Thursday. (Kyodo News)

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