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This report presents results of Waves 1 and 2 of the ITC Germany Survey – The report describes changes in attitudes and behaviours of smokers and non-smokers before and after Germany’s state-level smoking bans in pubs, bars, and restaurants.

The ITC Kenya Survey findings presented in this report provide evidence of the impact of tobacco control policies on tobacco users in Kenya and identify strengths and weaknesses in the implementation of the FCTC.

The ITC Korea Survey findings presented in this report provide evidence of the impact of these tobacco control policies on smokers in the Republic of Korea and identify strengths and weaknesses in the implementation of the FCTC.

The ITC Korea Survey findings presented in this report provide evidence of the impact of these tobacco control policies on smokers in the Republic of Korea and identify strengths and weaknesses in the implementation of the FCTC.

This report presents results of Waves 1 to 4 (2005 – 2009) of the ITC Malaysia Survey – a face-to-face and telephone survey of a cohort of approximately 2,000 adult smokers and, 1,000 youth smokers and non-smokers. Waves 1 to 3 also included a cohort of 1,500 adult non-smokers.

This report presents results of Wave 1 of the ITC Mauritius Survey – The Wave 1 Survey was conducted approximately two months after the implementation of Phase 1 of the Public Health (Restrictions on Tobacco Products) Regulations (2008).

This report presents the results from the most recent wave (Wave 2) of the ITC Mauritius Survey and compares these with the findings from Wave 1.

This report presents the findings from the most recent wave (Wave 3) of the ITC Mauritius Survey.

This report describes changes in attitudes and behaviours of smokers before and after major tobacco control policy changes and other tobacco control initiatives: (1) implementation of a smoke-free law in cafés, bars, and restaurants, (2) a 25 eurocent price increase and a 31 eurocent price increase on a 50 gram pouch of tobacco, and (3) a mass media smoking cessation campaign. The report also presents the level of support among smokers for an upcoming policy to provide reimbursement for stop-smoking medication.

This report evaluates the effectiveness of the Netherlands’ implementation of the FCTC. Between 2008 and 2014, 7 survey waves of the full cohort (approximately 2,000 youth and adult smokers above the age of 15 years at Wave 1) were conducted in the Netherlands.