Archive - January 2011

BULGARIA
Tobacco board to be established

An advisory board for tobacco will be established at the Bulgarian agriculture ministry, which will include representatives of tobacco producers, companies...

CHINA
Tobacco industry taxes up 17 per cent

China's tobacco industry paid CNY 604.6 billion (EUR 67.2 billion) in taxes last year, up 16.95 per cent year-on-year, said the State Tobacco Monopoly...

EUROPEAN UNION
Thousands respond in tobacco consultation

The European Commission has received 82,000 responses to its consultation about possible changes to the tobacco products directive, according to a European...

FRANCE
France amends anti-tobacco law

Citing "cultural heritage" concerns, the cultural affairs committee of the National Assembly has recommend an exception to a law which bans the...

UNITED STATES/ DENMARK
Scandinavian Tobacco acquires US tobacco maker

Scandinavian Tobacco Group (STG), the world's largest pipe tobacco manufacturer which is 49 per-cent-owned by Swedish Match, has purchased Lane...

UNITED STATES
FDA loses two top members

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has lost an adviser to the Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee (TPSAC) as well as its number two official.

COLOMBIA
PMI ends pursuit of Colombian acquisition

Philip Morris International (PMI) today announced that it would no longer pursue its intention to acquire Productora Tabacalera de Colombia (Protabaco).

JAPAN
JT rolls out Zerostyle Mint nationwide

Zerostyle Mint is a new style snuff tobacco product. The new product does not require a flame, and thus is smokeless, allowing consumers to use it in a variety...

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