British American Tobacco (BAT) reported a 0.7 per cent rise in underlying first-quarter volumes, driven by growth in its major brands.
Archive - April 2012
Cigarette maker Lorillard said Wednesday its net income fell 10 per cent in the first quarter 2012 as higher prices could not offset a decline in the number of...
US trade bodies in a joint letter objected to reported plans by the Commerce Ministry to completely close down the tobacco sector to foreign direct investment...
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco cigarette shipments declined 5.8 per cent in the first quarter in comparison to what the company said was an overall 4 per cent dip in...
Philip Morris International (PMI) shipping volume rose 5.4 per cent to 219 billion sticks in the first quarter.
The cabinet has agreed in principle to introduce plain packaging for all tobacco products in New Zealand, reports Herald Sun.
US-based adhesives provider H.B. Fuller in March completed the acquisition of the global industrial adhesives business from Forbo Group.
Australia's highest court Tuesday began hearing a challenge from tobacco companies to the new plain-packaging laws due to come into effect later this year.
Smokers' rights group Forest says the consultation on plain packaging "threatens to be a farce".
Japan Tobacco (JT) last Friday announed a stock split as well as the delisting of its shares from three out of five stock exchanges.