Archive - December 2006

UNITED STATES
Delen named president of RJ Reynolds Tobacco

Delen, 41, a native of the Netherlands, joined London-based British American Tobacco in 1989 as a brand manager in Guatemala. He later held marketing and sales...

UNITED STATES
Universal Corporation names Freeman president

Allen B. King announced that the board of directors of US leaf trading company Universal Corporation has elected George C. Freeman III to succeed King as...

UNITED STATES
Philip Morris USA lifts cigarette prices

Philip Morris USA said on Wednesday it was raising prices on all its cigarette brands by 10 cents per pack as of 18 December, a move that had been expected by...

AUSTRIA
T1 Paper Group becomes Delfort Group

What was previously the T1 Paper Group, the paper division of Trierenberg Holdings, will, together with its subsidiaries, now become the Delfort Group, a...

BULGARIA
Support for three more years

Bulgarian agriculture minister Nihat Kabil announced state support to tobacco manufacturers to be extended for three more years, reports Darik news.

UKRAINE
Tougher tobacco control

The Ukrainian economy minister is putting into effect tougher smoking control measures as of 1 January 2007, reports Rustabak trade news agency with reference...

UNITED KINGDOM
Gallaher up sharply as confirms bid approach

Shares in British tobacco company Gallaher Group rose strongly on Thursday after the group received a bid approach late Wednesday which sources close to the...

GERMANY
Nationwide smoking ban rejected

After months of debating, Germany's coalition of conservatives and Social Democrats announced it saw legal problems with a nationwide smoking ban and...

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