Taiwan(Republic of China) approved a law requiring picture-based warnings to be displayed on all cigarette packages sold in Taiwan on June 15, 2007. These warnings are required to cover 35% of the front and back of all cigarette packages meaning, overall, 35% of the package space is appropriated to health warnings. Six health warnings were chosen to be rotated on cigarette packages and a different set of warnings are rotated every two years. The Act came into effect January 11, 2009.
The Act was revised March 27, 2008, replacing one of the six warnings.
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