Archive - September 2008

Commission to negotiate with PMI

The Ministry of Economy and Regional Development will appoint a commission for direct negotiations with Philip Morris International.

British doctors advocate snus use

According to the Royal College of Physicians, Swedish moist snuff, or 'snus', should be made available on the UK market as a healthier alternative to...

Lawmakers want funds probed

Lawmakers from tobacco-producing provinces called for a congressional inquiry into the reported huge anti-smoking lobby fund from foreign groups, the Manila...

Government marks cigarettes

Singapore will put special markings on every cigarette sold legally starting next year, Agence France-Presse reports.

R.J. Reynolds to cut workforce

Reynolds American and its tobacco unit, R.J. Reynolds, said they plan to cut about 570 jobs, or 10 per cent of their American workforce, to refocus its...

Court reinstates online lawsuits

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has allowed New York City to move forward with four lawsuits against online cigarette vendors.

House introduces tighter rules

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act, in order to crack down on contraband cigarette sales, the...

Karnataka tobacco output up

India's southern state of Karnataka is expected to harvest 105 million kg of tobacco in 2008, which is 20.7 per cent more than last year, as farmers...

PMI gets approval for Rothmans

Philip Morris International received Ministry of Industry approval pursuant to the Investment Canada Act in connection with the company's proposed...

Government drafts new law

The Croatian government is to forward to the parliament a tough anti-tobacco bill introducing a public smoking ban, Agence France-Presse reports.

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