Tobacco giant fights Kenya's anti-smoking laws

One of the world's biggest cigarette companies, British American Tobacco, has taken Kenya's government to court over its move to make anti-smoking laws stricter.

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    One of the world's biggest cigarette companies, British American Tobacco, has taken Kenya's government to court over its move to make anti-smoking laws stricter.

     

    Health groups in Kenya say that international firms' fight against regulations show that they are more worried about profits than protecting the public.

     

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Nairobi.


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