Archive - June 2005

INDONESIA
Clove Production Curb

Indonesia plans to cut down clove trees and convert the area to other crops in a move to curb over-production of cloves

GERMANY
Aluminium on the rise

GDA, the German aluminium association, announced a 3.6 per cent decrease in the production of aluminium foil from 195000 tonnes in 1995 to 188000 in 1996

EUROPEAN UNION
Tax Increase

The EU commission plans tax increases of 3 per cent above the annual inflation rate on tobacco products

UNITED KINGDOM
Combat Tax Fraud

The British Customs & Excise Department announced that it would hire 350 extra staff in the government’s efforts to curb tax evasion, avoidance and fraud

UNITED STATES
New Paper Machine

Schweitzer Maudit International, Inc.has announced the start-up of a new long fibre paper machine at its Papeteries de Maudit subsidiary in Quimperle (as...

GREECE
First Light-weight Pack

Papastratos, the Greek cigarette manufacturer, is the first tobacco producer world-wide to use light-weight paperboard for cigarette packaging from the board...

EUROPEAN UNION
Formula 1 Ban

Mr Padraig Flynn, European Commission social affairs minister, has called on the countries of the EU to ban tobacco advertisements from television and sporting...

GERMANY
Contract Extended

Hauni Maschinenbau AG in Hamburg has announced that the board of trustees has extended Wolfgang Jeglitza’s contract as chairman of the company for a further...

CHINA
Smoking Under Fire

Chinese authorities have taken the anti-smoking stance to a new level by branding the country's multi-billion-dollar tobacco business a pariah industry...

GERMANY
BAT Factory to Close

BAT (Germany) has announced that its Berlin cigarette factory will be closed by the middle of 1999

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