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- November 12, 2010 at 9:06 am #341639
JOVANA GEC Associated Press= BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Forget about the economic crisis and unemployment, Serbs have another burning issue on their hands — a smoking ban. The law restricting smoking that took effect Thursday is rattling the tobacco-loving Balkan nation where every third citizen is a smoker and where cigarettes have been part of the daily routine for centuries. While the law does not impose a complete smoking ban in cafes and restaurants, they must introduce nonsmoking areas and smoking is no longer allowed in offices and public areas such as theaters, cinemas or concert halls. Neven Boskovic, a Belgrade cafe owner said he had…
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