Archive - February 2010

UNITED STATES
Tobacco fight goes to Supreme Court

The government and the nation's biggest cigarette maker separately asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a racketeering verdict.

UNITED STATES
Philip Morris sells Marlboro snus nationwide

Altria Group, the owner of Philip Morris USA, announced that it plans to expand its Marlboro snus smokeless tobacco nationwide, according to a report by...

TAIWAN
Tobacco sales down

The sales value of tobacco products decreased by more than 10 per cent after stricter anti-smoking measures and higher tobacco taxes were implemented last...

PHILIPPINES
PMI and Fortune Tobacco form new company

The Philippine unit of Philip Morris International and Fortune Tobacco Corp will combine their operations in a new company in which both firms will have equal...

UNITED STATES
Utah raises tobacco tax

The Utah House committee approved a bill that increases the state tobacco tax by USD 1.00 a pack, reports the Associated Press.

CANADA
Government seeks to avoid tobacco liability

The Canadian government asked the Supreme Court to overturn British Columbia court rulings that could force it to share financial responsibility for damages...

UNITED STATES
Schweitzer-Mauduit takes legal action

Schweitzer-Mauduit International yesterday announced that it filed a patent infringement action against the Delfort Group, Astra Tobacco Corporation, Julius...

UNITED KINGDOM
TMA against government's "dictatorial approach"

Chris Ogden, chief executive of TMA, the trade association for tobacco companies in the UK, said in a statement that the “government’s dictatorial approach...

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