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Tobacco Control Policy Fact Sheet

Cape Verde: Advertising, Promotion & Sponsorship

Regulated Forms of Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship

Banned
Some
Restrictions
Allowed
Uncertain
N/A
Domestic TV and radio Yes
Domestic newspapers and magazines Yes
Other domestic print media Yes
International TV and radio Yes
International newspapers and magazines Yes
Internet communications Yes
Internet sales Yes
Outdoor advertising Yes
Point of sale advertising Yes
Point of sale product display Yes
Vending machines Yes
Conventional mail Yes
Telephone and cellular phone Yes
Brand marking Yes
Free distribution of tobacco products Yes
Promotional gifts in conjunction with product purchase Yes
Competitions associated with products Yes
Direct targeting of individuals Yes
Brand stretching Yes
Reverse brand stretching Yes
Toys resembling tobacco products Yes
Candy resembling tobacco products Yes
Retailer incentive programs Yes
 

Regulated Forms of Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship (cont'd)

Banned
Some
Restrictions
Allowed
Uncertain
N/A
Paid placement in TV, film, or other media Yes
Unpaid depiction in TV, film, or other media Yes
Financial support to groups, events, etc. Yes
Publicity of financial support to groups, etc. Yes
Promotion by false, misleading, or deceptive means Yes

Definitions of Key Terms - Alignment with the FCTC

Aligns
  Does Not   Align
N/A
Tobacco Sponsorship Yes
Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Yes
Tobacco Product Yes

Actions Required for Forms of Advertising, Promotion & Sponsorship Not Banned

  Required   Not
  Required
  Uncertain
  or N/A
Disclosure to the govt. of info on APS activities and expenditures Yes
Health warning messages required on permitted forms of APS Yes
Disclosed information readily available to the public Yes

Penalties

Yes
No
Violation of advertising and promotion provisions Yes
Violation of sponsorship provisions Yes

Last updated: August 25, 2017