Archive - October 2012

JAPAN
JT expects to ship more cigarettes

Japan Tobacco said it will ship more cigarettes than expected both at home and in international markets this fiscal year, although business slowed in the...

JAPAN
JT expects to ship more cigarettes

Japan Tobacco said it will ship more cigarettes than expected both at home and in international markets this fiscal year, although business slowed in the...

UNITED KINGDOM
Imperial FY volume down 2.7 per cent

Imperial Tobacco stick-equivalent volume declined 2.7 per cent to 336.6 billion sticks in the fiscal year ended 30 Sept, influenced by weak markets in Ukraine...

WORLD
ITGA organizes COP5 opposition

The International Tobacco Growers Association (ITGA) said it is backing protests on four continents today against proposals before the Framework Convention on...

UNITED STATES
PM USA’s Marlboro gains market share

Philip Morris USA cigarette shipping volume increased 1.2 per cent in the third quarter as an expanded Marlboro brand and the company’s discount segment...

UNITED STATES
Lorillard volume falls 2.1 per cent

Lorillard shipped fewer cigarettes in the third quarter but sales rose due to higher prices, the third largest US cigarette maker said.

UNITED KINGDOM
BAT nine-month volume declines

British American Tobacco (BAT) said volume fell 1.2 per cent through nine months of 2012, with almost all of the drop occurring in western Europe.

UNITED STATES
PMI volume down 1.3 per cent

Cigarette shipment volume at Philip Morris International (PMI) dipped 1.3 per cent to 236.5 billion sticks in the third quarter as volume in the European Union...

UNITED STATES
RJR third quarter volume falls

Cigarette sales volume at RJ Reynolds (RJR) Tobacco Co declined 6.9 per cent in the third quarter with drops reported both in premium and value brands, parent...

GERMANY
Dalli sees TPD agreement mid-2014 earliest

Former EU health commissioner John Dalli in a newspaper interview following his surprise resignation complained about the slow pace of reform of the Tobacco...

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