Archive - July 2011

ZIMBABWE
Tobacco sales at 120 million kg

More than 120 million kg of tobacco has been sold so far, surpassing last season's cumulative output, reports The Herald.

UNITED STATES
Court upholds verdict

The court, in a one-page order, turned aside the company’s bid for an appeal of the 2009 verdict in favour of Mathilde Martin, who claimed her husband, Benny...

EVENTS
Euromonitor holds Webinar

The London-based research provider Euromonitor International will hold a free online webinar under the title "The Tobacco Industry in 2011 - The Battle...

INDIA
Eleven states support anti-tobacco campaign

Chief ministers of eleven states have pledged their support to Voice of Tobacco Victims (VOTV), a national campaign that advocates against chewing tobacco and...

WORLD
Innovation and pricing key to tobacco growth

Euromonitor International says innovating, raising prices and introducing smokeless products remain key growth strategies for tobacco companies as smokers...

JAPAN
JT domestic volume falls 27 per cent

Japan Tobacco domestic cigarette sales volume fell 27.1 per cent to 8.1 billion sticks in June, although revenue from those sales decreased only 1.8 per cent...

UNITED STATES
Tax crackdown on Indian cigarettes

New York's renewed effort to collect taxes on cigarettes and tobacco products sold by Indian-operated companies has led to seizures of USD 1.2 million...

UNITED STATES
Fewer onscreen smoking incidents

The number of US movies in which an actor lights up fell sharply between 2005 and 2010, and this could have contributed to the decline in smoking among US...

UNITED KINGDOM
Wales to consider smoking ban in cars

First Minister Carwyn Jones proposed to ban smoking in cars carrying children, if children’s exposure to second-hand smoke did not reduce as a result of a...

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