Archive - March 2008

UKRAINE
Parliament bans outdoor advertising

Ukrainian lawmakers passed a law significantly restricting the advertising of cigarettes and alcohol, including a ban on outdoor billboards.

MALAWI
Malawi resumes tobacco sales

Malawi's tobacco auction floors resumed sales on Tuesday after tobacco farmers forced a suspension last week in protest against a drop in prices, reports...

UNITED STATES
Liggett Group goes 'fire safe'

Liggett Group has announced that it will voluntarily convert the production of its domestic cigarette brands to comply with state cigarette fire safety...

INDIA
Pictorial warnings now mandatory

The Union minister for health and family welfare, Anbumani Ramadoss confirmed that all tobacco products are to carry statutory warnings including pictures on...

UNITED KINGDOM
Under the counter for cigarettes?

Dawn Primarolo, the UK's public health minister, has proposed placing cigarettes beneath shop counters while supermarkets and corner shops should be...

SPAIN
Imperial Tobacco to sell stake in Aldeasa

Imperial Tobacco said Monday that it has agreed to sell its 49.95-per-cent stake in airport duty free retailer Aldeasa to Autogrill Espana for Euro 275 million...

CANADA
New rules restrict tobacco ads

The government of Quebec decided to impose stricter controls on the advertising and sale of tobacco products.

UNITED KINGDOM
Duty on cigarettes rises

The duty on tobacco was raised yesterday, adding GBP 0.11 (USD 0.22) to the price of a packet of 20 cigarettes and GBP 0.04 to five cigars.

UNITED STATES
Altria to cut expenses

Altria Group plans to save as much as USD 2 billion annually following the spin-off of its Philip Morris International (PMI) unit.

UNITED STATES
R.J. Reynolds expands snus tests

R.J. Reynolds is expanding its test of its Camel Snus product to 10 new large cities, reports CSNews Online.

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