Archive - December 2011

UNITED STATES
Cigarette makers raise prices

Philip Morris USA, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco and Lorillard Tobacco have raised their list or wholesale prices in the past week.

BRAZIL
Nationwide public smoking ban enacted

President Dilma Rousseff on Thursday signed a law that includes a ban on smoking in all enclosed public spaces and advertising, as well as larger health...

CHINA
Eastman to produce acetate tow in China

Eastman Chemical Company is to open a new production facility for acetate tow in Heifei, which will be owned and operated by Eastman Shuangwei Fibers Company...

NEW ZEALAND
Tax hike pushes pack price above NZD 15

Higher excise duties next year will push the price of some brands of cigarettes above NZD 15 (EUR 8.75) for a pack of 20, the New Zealand Herald reported.

HUNGARY
Austerity measures include tobacco tax hike

The 2012 Budget, which was passed on Tuesday, includes an increase of excise tax of tobacco that should add HUF 20 billion (EUR 65 million) in revenue.

HUNGARY
Tobacco Industry Association dissolves itself

The Hungarian Tobacco Industry Association will wind up at the end of January under a decision taken at an extraordinary general meeting, reported the Budapest...

UNITED STATES
Philip Morris accused of misleading smokers

After reanalysing the data from a decade old study by Philip Morris researchers of the University of California said the firm's research "obscured...

AUSTRALIA
JTI joins plain-packaging challenge

Japan Tobacco International (JTI) said it will challenge the plain-packaging law for cigarettes, raising to four the number of major tobacco companies that...

BULGARIA
Stricter smoking ban in 2012

Bulgaria plans to eliminate indoor smoking areas in public places next year and impose a total ban, according to a news story citing Health Minister Stefan...

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