Archive - March 2010

UNITED KINGDOM
New tax hike makes UK a smugglers’ paradise

Smokers will pay more for their cigarettes, with a tobacco duty increase of 1 per cent above inflation this year and a rise by 2 per cent in real terms each...

CANADA
Government raises tobacco and alcohol taxes

The tax on a package of cigarettes is going from CAD 4.50 to $5.25 (EUR 3.3 to 3.8, USD 4.4 to 5.1). Taxes on cut/loose tobacco are going up by 21 cents per...

UNITED STATES
Swedish Match to push snus products in market

Tobacco giant Swedish Match has announced plans to push its snus smokeless tobacco brand to consumers in the US, adding that it will corporate workers who are...

INDIA
JT seeks to expand in India

Japan Tobacco, the world’s third-largest publicly traded cigarette maker by volume, wants to expand production in India as the smoking rate declines in its...

JAPAN
JT to launch smokeless tobacco product

Japan Tobacco announced today the launch of a new smokeless tobacco product called “Zerostyle Mint,” which will be sold in Tokyo from mid-May 2010.

INDIA
Government may ban FDI in tobacco

The commerce and industry ministry issued a cabinet note that seeks to ban foreign direct investment (FDI) in cigarette manufacturing.

JAPAN
BAT withdraws planned tobacco price hikes

In an unusual move, British American Tobacco Japan said Monday it has withdrawn its application filed with the finance ministry last month to raise the prices...

UNITED KINGDOM
Filtrona acquires BP Labels

Filtrona on Friday announced its acquisition of BP Labels, a UK manufacturer of high quality, creative and secure self adhesive labels.

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