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Indonesia's smoking ban challenge

A new regulation aimed at discouraging smoking comes into effect in Indonesia this week.

It forces manufacturers to put graphic health warnings on cigarette packets.

Indonesia is a major tobacco producer, and with more than 50 million smokers it is also the world's fifth-largest tobacco market.

But as the BBC's Kiki Siregar reports, the new laws are unlikely to have a big impact on the demand for cigarettes.

Watch more reports on Asia Business Report's website.

  • 25 Jun 2014
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