Archive - February 2012

GERMANY
BAT renews Automated Guided Vehicles System

British American Tobacco (BAT) Germany has placed a major order with Belgian automation company Egemin for its production plant in Bayreuth, the biggest...

PHILIPPINES
BAT backs excise tax bill

British American Tobacco (BAT) supports a government-endorsed bill to reform the country’s excise tax policy, as it would level the playing field for...

INDIA
Government may ban chewing tobacco

The Health Ministry intends to ban gutkha, pan masala and other edible forms of tobacco, citing a Supreme Court ruling that that these products are food...

UNITED STATES
Senators warn on tobacco exclusion from TPP

More than 50 U.S. senators and representatives from leading tobacco-growing states warned U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk of the dangerous consequences for...

LEBANON
Tobacco advertising banned

Starting 3 March, all tobacco advertising and promotion will be illegal, including billboards, magazine advertisements and tobacco company sponsorship of...

SOUTH EAST ASIA
SEATCA wants tobacco out of TPP

In a letter dated 16 February 2012 the Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA) urged American President Obama to keep tobacco out of the developing...

UNITED STATES
Philip Morris wins reversal of "Engle" verdict

Philip Morris USA won reversal of a USD 2 million (EUR 1.5 million) Florida jury award in a wrongful-death case filed by the widower of a smoker who died of...

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT key brand volume rises

Volume of the four major cigarette brands at British American Tobacco (BAT) rose 9 per cent in 2011, but overall production at 705 billion sticks dipped 0.4...

FINLAND
M-real becomes Metsä Board

M-real Corporation's Board of Directors is proposing to the AGM, scheduled for 28 March 2012, a change of the company's business name to Metsä Board...

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