Name the country who has banned smoking in all indoor public spaces?
Beijing (capital of China) on 28 November 2014 banned smoking in all indoor public spaces like workplaces and public transport vehicles. Beijing adopted an anti-smoking bill that prohibits smoking in public places and it will be effective from 1 June 2015. It prohibits tobacco advertisements to appear outdoors, in public places and transport, as well as in media, including radio, TV, films, newspapers, books, and internet. All forms of tobacco promotions and title sponsorship are banned. China is the world's largest cigarette manufacturer and consumer. The country has more than 300 million smokers, and smoking is responsible for more than one million deaths in every year.
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