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UNITED STATES

PMI combustible volume falls 4.1 per cent

20 Oct 2017. Philip Morris International shipments of combustible cigarettes continued to decline in a profitable third quarter as heated tobacco products took more market share, the company said.
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FDA extends deadlines in natural-disaster areas

19 Oct 2017. The Food and Drug Administration extended deadlines for ingredient listing and for submitting health documentation by six months to tobacco companies affected by recent hurricanes and wildfires.
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NIGERIA

ECOWAS draft on tracking tobacco products approved

19 Oct 2017. Experts of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) meeting in the Nigerian capital Abuja approved a draft directive to establish a system to track tobacco products and ensure duty has been paid, the organisation said.
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INDONESIA

Tobacco duty again targeted for 10 per cent hike

19 Oct 2017. Economics Minister Darmin Nasution said excise tax on tobacco products would rise an average 10.04 per cent next year following a 10.5 per cent increase in 2017, Reuters reported.
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UNITED STATES

Health groups denied greater role in deeming rule suit

18 Oct 2017. A federal court has denied a request by six public health groups for a greater role in the suit brought by cigar and pipe industry associations against the “deeming rule” expanding government tobacco product regulation.
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WORLD

Health advocates tell ILO to cut tobacco ties

17 Oct 2017. A letter signed by nearly 200 public health agencies, labour groups and individuals calls on the International Labour Organisation (ILO) to cut ties to tobacco companies when its governing body meets later this autumn.
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UNITED STATES

Churchill stub goes for USD 12,000

14 Oct 2017. A half-smoked La Corona sold for USD 12,000 (EUR 10,000) at an online auction held seven decades after wartime British prime minister Winston Churchill stubbed it out at a Paris Airport in May 1947, the Associated Press reported.
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Swisher CEO Ghiloni to retire in 2018

13 Oct 2017. Swisher International President and CEO Peter Ghiloni plans to retire next year and will turn over the role of president from 1 January 2018 to company senior sales and marketing vice president, John Miller, according to Convenience Store Decisions.
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Johnson Creek closes shop

11 Oct 2017. US e-liquid pioneer Johnson Creek Enterprises has closed its doors just months after local government in the company’s Wisconsin base in Hartland threatened to sue the federal government over its plans to regulate the vaping industry.
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22nd Century raises cash to fund growth

11 Oct 2017. 22nd Century Group, the biotech company that uses genetic engineering to alter nicotine levels in tobacco, said the largest capital increase in its history would raise USD 54 million (EUR 45.8 million) to back expansion plans.
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