Imperial Tobacco Group is to restructure its manufacturing operations in Lahr, Germany, as a result of the European Court of Justice ruling on the taxation of...
Archive - March 2006
Swedish announced that it would launch a gum-based chewing tobacco in Sweden that the company now only sells in Japan.
Alliance One has announced that it will close its three facilities in Mozambique after procuring its 2006 crop.
On 20 March, the US Supreme Court rejected Philip Morris' appeal of Boeken without comment.
Two years after its introduction, the Irish Office of Tobacco Control (OTC) says it found that 95 per cent of the 35,043 premises it inspected in 2005 were in...
Computer memory chips replaced cigarettes as the state of Virgina’s leading manufactured export in 2005.
The number of men who smoke in what remains a comparative bastion of unfettered tobacco consumption has dwindled below 50 per cent for the first time, a South...
Philip Morris International, which owns two plants in Russia, sold distributors in Russia 84 billion cigarettes in 2005, up 2.7 per cent from 2004.
The parliament of Georgia is to discuss the bill of amendments providing for reduction of the GEL 0.9-0.7 excise duty for tobacco to GEL 0.5 the next week.
Following extradition from Greece, 55 year old William Bullock McPhee was jailed for five years at Ipswich Crown Court on 21 March 2006.