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Majority Of Beijing Restauranteurs Support Smoking Ban

Liu Zejun, the director of the Beijing Aiguo Weisheng Commission, has disclosed to the media that Beijing will work out measures on the revision of the No Smoking Rule in 2010, after an evaluation is made before the end of 2009 on the results of the current smoking ban in the city.

Polls show that 84.37% of people in Beijing have shown support for the smoking ban in offices and public places.

In addition, the latest data shows that 73.15% of restaurant managers and staff have expressed their willingness to support a smoking-free food industry. Experts say this means that it's time for the city to draft laws on banning tobacco in public places and work places.

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