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Graphic warnings pushed back again

Tobacco manufacturers in the US have received another three months until 6 Oct 2023, before potentially having to place graphic warnings on cigarette packs...

Tobacco planting preparations begin

Tobacco farmers in Zimbabwe are now preparing land to plant their irrigated tobacco crop early next month, reports The Herald.

The majority of the rainfed...

PMI extends Swedish Match offer

Philip Morris International Inc. (PMI) has extended its takeover bid for Swedish Match AB to 21 October after doubts the European Commission would be able to...

Countdown to InterTabac & InterSupply

Tickets are now on sale for the “comeback of the year”, as twin fairs InterTabac and InterSupply return to Dortmund from 15 to 17 September, reports...

KT&G announce Q2 results

KT&G has posted its second quarter results for 2022 with both sales and operating profit up from the previous year, according to a company press...

Foreign cigarettes are still available

Foreign-brand cigarettes can still be purchased in Pyongyang, despite the country’s strict pandemic border controls, reports NK News.
Photos by NK News show...

Smoking banned in public places

Sierra Leone has passed a new law that disallows smoking in public places among other things, reports The Sierra Leone Telegraph.

As an effort to push down...

14,000 bags of chewing tobacco seized

The Consumer Protection Authority (CPA) has taken legal action against an expatriate found to be in possession of over 14,000 bags of chewing tobacco, reports...

Tobacco sales hit USD 602 million

Zimbabwean farmers have earned USD 602 million from the sale of 197 million kgs of tobacco since marketing season opened in March, reports The Herald.


Philip Morris’ vape scheme halted

Philip Morris’ scheme to pay pharmacists for ordering VEEV vapes has led to a huge backlash and the scheme being paused, reports The Guardian.


Tobacco barn licenses to be renewed

The Tobacco Board are ready to start the barn license renewal and registration process for the next tobacco season from 12 August, reports The New Indian...

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