The International Union of Tobacco Growers (UNITAB) has launched a major campaign to help European tobacco producers.
Archive - April 2008
Around 1,500 Greek tobacco growers marched in Athens on Thursday in protest against European Union subsidy cuts.
Australia’s state and federal health ministers will ban fruit- and chocolate-flavoured cigarettes, saying they were used by tobacco marketers to lure...
The Korean tobacco company KT&G and the governor of Kaluga region, Anatoly Artemov, have signed a note of understanding outlining their co-operation with...
Japan Tobacco (JT) has announced today that its board of directors has decided to close the Kanazawa factory, located in the Ishikawa prefecture in Japan.
New York State has changed the status of cigarette-sized cigars and will tax them at the same rate as cigarettes.
Philip Morris USA has filed lawsuits against two companies that it accuses of importing counterfeit cigarettes and unauthorized use of the Marlboro trademark.
Zimbabwe's tobacco marketing season failed to take off as scheduled today for the second year running amid price disputes between farmers and buyers.
Operations at the Kaliningrad-based Baltiyskaya tobacco factory, one of the largest Russian independent cigarette makers, have been shut down for 80 days.
According to a bill adopted by the Latvian parliament in its last week’s session, a total ban on tobacco smoking in public catering establishments is to be...