Archive - January 2007

UKRAINE
120.4 billion cigarettes manufactured in 2006

Ukrainian tobacco companies made 120.39 billion cigarettes in 2006, compared to the previous year’s output of 120.26 billion sticks, reports the national...

GERMANY
BAT increases market share in Germany

Cigarette manufacturer British American Tobacco (BAT) has sold 22.9 billion sticks of cigarettes in Germany in 2006 – thus stabilising sales at the previous...

EUROPEAN UNION
EU-wide smoking ban to be discussed

A spokesman for Mr Kyprianou announced that he will on Tuesday offer for deliberation a contract which provides this prohibition. It is the start of a process...

AUSTRALIA
Tobacco-smuggling ring smashed

An international tobacco-smuggling syndicate has been smashed with the seizure of more than 12 tonnes of tobacco and two million cigarettes in Sydney.

SOUTH KOREA
Court rejects lawsuits against KT&G

A court has rejected South Korea's first anti-tobacco lawsuits filed by cancer victims and relatives against tobacco firm Korea Tobacco and Ginseng Co...

BULGARIA
Bulgartabac cuts cigarette prices

Bulgartabac, the Bulgarian tobacco monopoly, has announced drastic cuts in the prices of 21 different cigarette brands as of 20 February 2007.

UK/JAPAN
Gallaher takeover scheduled for 18 April

Japan Tobacco Inc. announced that Gallaher Group Plc., the UK cigarette producer, has posted the scheme document to its shareholders on 19 January, in...

UKRAINE
Mayr-Melnhof to expand packaging line

Mayr-Melnhof packaging, Europe's biggest producer of folding cartons, will install a second rotogravure machine on its cigarette packaging site in...

AUSTRIA
Vending machine sales down by 70 per cent

The Vienna daily Die Presse has reported that turnover from vending machine sales of cigarettes in Austria had declined by 70 per cent since 1 January, when it...

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